Tag: Raspberry Pi

Internet of Things

MkeAzure Slides: Getting Started with IoT using Azure, Windows IoT and Raspberry Pi

On Aug 17, 2016 I gave a “Getting Started with IoT” talk at the Milwaukee Azure group. In my talk I covered the basics of IoT Messaging Architecture and Azure IoT Suite (specifically IoT Hub and Stream Analytics), along with other Azure services such as Service Bus Queus, DocumentDB, and Azure Functions. No, IoT solution is complete with out an actual hardware device, so I showed what’s necessary to get started with Windows IoT development on a Raspberry Pi 2/3 along with an Adafruit BME280 Temp/Humidity/Pressure sensor and an LED wired up to the device. Read More

Internet of Things

Fix Windows IoT Core Raspberry Pi Upside-down Display

Raspberry_Pi_Logo.svgOne of the many new changes with the release of the Windows IoT Core Anniversary Update was the addition of support for the official Raspberry Pi 7″ Touchscreen Display. Support was in the Insider Preview, but now it’s in the official release. However, if you attempt to change Display Orientation from the Windows IoT Core device portal it won’t change. Thankfully I figure out a workaround to get it working and rotate the LCD display orientation! Read More

Internet of Things

Windows IoT Core Anniversary Update and Raspberry Pi 3

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update is a pretty big update for Windows Desktop, and it’s not any different for Windows IoT Core! It’s been an entire year since the initial release of Windows IoT Core and it’s definitely due for a major update. There are a bunch of really great features including improved performance and official support for the Raspberry Pi 3. There is also the addition of the Windows IoT Remote Client app for desktop or phone. Read More

Internet of Things

Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT Starter Kits and Platforms

Having trouble choosing what Arduino or Raspberry Pi hardware to use for getting started building Internet of Things (IoT) devices? There’s a lot of choices to navigate, and not all boards have integrated Wifi or Ethernet either. To help with this process, Microsoft has a few “Azure Certified for IoT” Starter Kits.  These kits provide the perfect platform to get started! Read More