In this talk, I’d like to discuss three points:
During the course of the talk, I’ll also demonstrate how you can use a few simple open-source CLI tools to read OBD-2 diagnostic data from your car that can save you an expensive trip to the mechanic.
Ultimately, the goal of the talk is to encourage the audience to hook their computers up to their cars at least once and play around with things a little. It’s fun, educational, and it’s something that should be easy and legal for everyone to do.
John Feminella is an avid technologist, occasional public speaker, and frequent instigator of assorted shenanigans. He recently co-founded UpHex, a startup providing analytics management for digital agencies and their clients. John is also a guest lecturer at the University of Virginia, mentors budding entrepreneurs, and has earned a lot of meaningless Internet points. He lives in Charlottesville, VA and likes meta-jokes, milkshakes, and referring to himself in the third person in speaker bios.
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