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Defending against malicious bot attacks: Where, when, and how

By Allan Liska, Stephen Gates | May 31, 2018
This webcast will help you understand the risk to your networks, websites, applications, APIs, and data and outline how you can mitigate the growing risk posed by malicious bots now and in the future.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/rahul_kamdar-50.jpgRahul Kamdar

API-led Integration in a Multi-cloud World

By Rahul Kamdar | April 20, 2017
Register for the webcast, API-led Integration in a Multi-cloud World , on April 20th as we explore how to build for a multi-cloud world and leverage pre-existing code, projects, and assets.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/rob_patterson-50.jpgRob Patterson

What Keeps You Up at Night: Understanding Security, Scale and the Monetization of the IoT

By Rob Patterson | November 17, 2016
In this webcast we'll address three of the top considerations enterprises need to take into account to avoid IoT insomnia: Security, Scalability, and Monetization.

Solving key mobile development challenges with NoSQL

By Wayne Carter, Ali LeClerc | November 15, 2016
In this webcast, we'll use the airline industry as an example to take you through common mobile use cases and how major industries are solving for today's mobile challenges.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/scott_sperling-50.jpgScott Sperling

Developing Meaningful IoT Analytics

By Scott Sperling | October 18, 2016
In this webcast, we will show how users can quickly analyze data and build predictive models with the newly released ThingWorx Analytics Builder.

Deriving value from the data lake

By Nik Rouda, John Thuma | October 06, 2016
We surveyed 200 IT and business professionals to find best practices and sticking points for data lake usage. We'll share our results in this webcast, along with insights into why businesses still struggle to drive value from their Hadoop data lake&mdash...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/shayne_hodge-50.jpgShayne Hodge

The CEO proximity warning device: Prototyping a cellular, GPS-enabled cloud-connected IoT device

By Shayne Hodge | September 14, 2016
Shayne Hodge walks participants through prototyping a simple battery-powered, cloud-connected, GPS device that communicates its position via a cellular connection.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/dave_magnoni-50.jpgDave Magnoni

Analyzing Your IoT Data

By Dave Magnoni | July 26, 2016
Join us to learn how to get started with IoT analytics, including an introduction to tools for advanced Machine Learning on IoT data.

From Idea to Prototype

By Jon Bruner, Brian Jepson, Chris Meringolo | June 21, 2016
In a condensed version of our IoT tutorial presented at LiveWorx, you will connect a sensor, create an application for it, and then experience it in augmented reality.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/danielle_dean-50.jpgDanielle Dean

Predictive maintenance meets predictive analytics

By Danielle Dean | June 16, 2016
In a talk aimed at data scientists, students, researchers, and nontechnical professionals, Danielle Dean introduces the landscape and challenges of predictive maintenance applications in the manufacturing industry.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/craig_smith-50.jpgCraig Smith

The Car Hacker’s Handbook: Reversing the CAN bus on Linux

By Craig Smith | June 08, 2016
Join Craig Smith, author of The Car Hacker's Handbook, in a hands-on webcast that will give you a deeper understanding of the computer systems and embedded software in modern vehicles.

Lego and Arduino Projects: Building Robots with Bricks, Sensors, and Micro-controllers

By John Baichtal, Matthew Beckler, Adam Wolf | April 20, 2016
In this webcast you'll meet the authors of Make: Lego and Arduino Projects - Building Robots with Bricks, Sensors, and Micro-controllers.

Getting Started with Drones: Learn how to build, customize, and fly

By Terry Kilby, Belinda Kilby | February 18, 2016
In this webcast the authors will provide an overview of the various build options such as autonomous flight, first person view FPV and photography capabilities for your drone.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/gilad_rosner-50.jpgGilad Rosner

Privacy, Society and the Internet of Things

By Gilad Rosner | February 16, 2016
This webcast will explore how the Internet of Things implicates privacy and, by extension, what it means for society.

What’s New in Pi World: Hardware Hacking with the Raspberry Pi Zero

By Matt Richardson, Shawn Wallace | January 19, 2016
In this live hands-on webcast the authors of 'Getting Started with Raspberry Pi, 2nd Edition' introduce you to the Pi Zero, the world's first $5 computer. At that price point the Zero is uniquely suited for hardware hacking projects; we'll show you ...

Building Internet of Things Apps With Superpowers

By Joe Biron, Jon Bruner | December 10, 2015
Join an interactive discussion with Joe Biron, VP of IoT Platform Strategy at ThingWorx, and moderator Jon Bruner, Director of Hardware & IoT at O'Reilly, as they describe the right considerations for IoT application modeling.

Building IoT Systems with Web Standards

By Dominique Guinard, Vlad Trifa | December 08, 2015
In this webcast, you will have a real-life encounter with the Web of Things.

Designing secure experiences: Balancing usability and security

By Rachel Ilan, Guy Podjarny | November 17, 2015
In this webcast, Rachel and Guy will combine their UX and security expertise to offer an alternative, showing examples that aspire to solve the problem, and sharing best practices of how to provide a secure experience that doesn't alienate users.

Storing Machine Data in the Cloud

By Joe Biron, Jon Bruner | October 29, 2015
This live webcast will help you to better understand the life of a message flowing from the edge to the cloud and to you.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/greg_nudelman-50.jpgGreg Nudelman

Lean prototyping for wearables and mobile design: 12 pro tips

By Greg Nudelman | October 14, 2015
In this hands-on, practical session Greg will be giving away 12 hard-won secrets of using low-fidelity paper prototyping techniques to envision, design & test Apple/Android mobile and wearable interfaces.

Life on “The Edge” of the IoT

By Joe Biron, Jon Bruner | September 22, 2015
During this webcast you will learn the pros and cons of the various approaches used to create fast data applications.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/sean_o_sullivan-50.jpgSean O Sullivan

A tour of the Beacosystem: Proximity and the Beacon ecosystem

By Sean O Sullivan | September 16, 2015
This webcast gives a tour of the Beacosystem, and will cover: proximity (vs location), the beacon approach, startups and giants in the beacosystem, and more.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/michael_minella-50.jpgMichael Minella

The connected car: An example of streaming real-time analytics

By Michael Minella | August 20, 2015
In this webcast session we will explore the power of Spring XD in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT).

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/patrick_catanzariti-1.jpgPatrick Catanzariti

Real world magic with the Internet of Things and JavaScript

By Patrick Catanzariti | July 22, 2015
Patrick will provide an overview of what's possible with recent tech including Arduinos, Particle Cores (previously known as Spark Core), Tessel, controlling Android via on{X}, voice recognition and AI using Wit.ai.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/ken_burns-50.jpgKen Burns

How to bootstrap your hardware company in the US

By Ken Burns | June 25, 2015
This webcast will discuss how it's possible to start an open hardware business in the US completely by bootstrapping and crowdfunding and postpone (or avoid the need altogether) outside investment.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/john_du_pre_gauntt-50.jpgJohn du Pre Gauntt

Storytelling for the Internet of Things: A systems approach

By John du Pre Gauntt | June 11, 2015
This webcast explores how the Internet of Things (IoT) impacts this interplay between data and meaning when the outside world becomes an interactive desktop.

The Internet of (living) Things: Monitoring data from sensors under your skin

By Hagen Finley, Brigitte Piniewski | June 02, 2015
Assuming an IoLT for our bodies is feasible, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique and why would we elect to participate in this seemingly Orwellian mistake?

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/eric_jennings-50.jpgEric Jennings

The decentralized Internet of Things where future devices connect directly

By Eric Jennings | May 26, 2015
This webcast gives a tour of the Beacosystem, and will cover: proximity (vs location), the beacon approach, startups and giants in the beacosystem, and more.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/shahin_farshchi-50.jpgShahin Farshchi

Hardware-focused VC suggests 5 ways to build value into your startup

By Shahin Farshchi | May 19, 2015
Venture Capitalist Shahin Farshchi will talk about nascent tools startup entrepreneurs can use to build great products.

Prototyping Connected Devices (IoT)

By Todd Zielinksi, Bill Horan | May 14, 2015
In this webcast, we'd look at the available solutions and demonstrate a practical application.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/boris_adryan-50.jpgBoris Adryan

Organizing the Internet of Things

By Boris Adryan | May 07, 2015
In this webcast I aim to introduce the three main branches localization, function and process that we use in GO and demonstrate how they're immediately applicable in the IoT — after all, a cell is just a large, interconnected system.

Gobot Is Go

By Ron Evans, Adrian Zankich | May 05, 2015
With surprisingly few lines of code, you can write interesting applications that tie together Arduinos, ARDrones, Spheros, and more... even all at the same time!

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/matt_nish-lapidus-50.jpgMatt Nish-Lapidus

Designing The Programmable World

By Matt Nish-Lapidus | March 24, 2015
This webcast will examine different aspects and perspectives on the networked world, and specifically how designers play a part in shaping it.

Designing Voice Interfaces

By Tanya Kraljic, Timothy Lynch | February 26, 2015
This webcast led by Tanya Krajlic and Timothy Lynch will address the technical building blocks of, and the fundamental design considerations behind voice interfaces.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/kathy_ceceri-50.jpgKathy Ceceri

What Newbies Can Learn by Making Simple Robots

By Kathy Ceceri | February 12, 2015
In this webcast you learn why simple robots are good learning tools for newbies because in the real world robots are getting simpler all the time.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/gilad_rosner-50.jpgGilad Rosner

Privacy and Security Issues in the Internet of Things

By Gilad Rosner | February 11, 2015
This webcast will survey some of the near-term challenges to governing our personal data in the emerging IoT.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/ayah_bdeir-50.jpgAyah Bdeir

The Internet as Material: Empowering the Next Phase of Connected Hardware Innovation

By Ayah Bdeir | January 14, 2015
In this webcast, Ayah Bdeir will talk about how we can democratize the Internet of Things and enable 8 year old kids, corporate executives and professional engineers alike to understand, recreate and most importantly innovate in their connected world...

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jeff_mesnil-50.jpgJeff Mesnil

Using Messaging Protocols to Build Mobile and Web Applications

By Jeff Mesnil | November 13, 2014
In this webcast, we will take a look at messaging concepts and present two simple messaging protocols, STOMP and MQTT to build simple mobile (iOS) and Web applications.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/rachel_hinman-50.jpgRachel Hinman

Our Wearable Future: Opportunities and Challenges for Wearable Technology

By Rachel Hinman | October 14, 2014
Want to get the most out of your usability testing? In this webcast we'll put the goals together with a recipe for planning a usability test, so you can mix your own.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/gary_garber-50.jpgGary Garber

LEGO EV3 vs. VEX IQ Robotics, a Comparison in Sensor Control Systems

By Gary Garber | September 04, 2014
In this webcast Gary Garber will present a comparison of LEGO EV3 and VEX IQ robotics platforms.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/jonathan_stark.jpgJonathan Stark

The Glanceable Web: Extending Web Apps to Smart Watches

By Jonathan Stark | August 21, 2014
Follow along as Jonathan shows you how to extend a web app to display glanceable information on a Pebble smart watch using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and JSON.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/joe_burton-50.jpgJoe Burton

The Rise of Wearables: Innovations and Impacts

By Joe Burton | May 16, 2014
Wearable devices already monitor and track our activities and anticipate and react in a variety of ways and situations. In some cases these devices are even context-aware.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/michael_delgaudio2-50.jpgMichael DelGaudio

Understanding Human Motivation in the Age of Connected Machines

By Michael DelGaudio | May 01, 2014
In this webcast talk presented by Michael Delgaudio, we'll focus on why the human role is crucial in the Age of Connected Machines.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/carla_diana-50.jpgCarla Diana

Behind the Scenes of LEO the Maker Prince: Journeys in 3D Printing

By Carla Diana | April 30, 2014
Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from the book, LEO the Maker Prince: Journeys in 3D Printing.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/eric_redmond-50.jpgEric Redmond

Programming Google Glass

By Eric Redmond | March 25, 2014
Any developer with experience programming web services or smartphone applications need only make a short leap in their XU (user experience) sensibilities, and a few new tools, to program Google Glass.

http://cdn.oreillystatic.com/images/people/weblogs/elliot_williams-50.jpgElliot Williams

Beyond the Arduino: Programming AVR Microcontrollers in C

By Elliot Williams | March 18, 2014
In this webcast, we'll dive straight into the deep end. I'll show you what you need to get started programming the AVR ATMega (and ATTiny) series microcontrollers, give you an overview of their built-in peripherals, and demonstrate most of the important...

Tim O'Reilly and Jim Stogdill Explore Software / Hardware / Everywhere

By Tim O'Reilly, Jim Stogdill | March 12, 2014
Join Tim O'Reilly, founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, and Jim Stogdill, who leads O'Reilly's Solid, in a live-streamed conversation about the current state of the convergence of hardware and software, what this means beyond the Internet of Things, new...