Hardware, Software & the Internet of Things
June 23–25, 2015 • San Francisco, CA
Rex St. John

Rex St. John
Technical Evangelist, Intel

Website | @rexstjohn

Rex St. John is a software engineer, community organizer, and hardware hacker who evangelizes Intel® Mashery™ APIs and New Devices Group hardware (such as Intel® Edison) at hackathons, workshops, and conferences around the U.S. He relies on his experience in iOS*, Node.js*, Ruby on Rails*, Bluetooth* LE, and Android* software development to help developers succeed with Intel Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and services. Rex lives in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, and organizes three meetups: Seattle API Meetup, DeviceJam! (a collaboration with Microsoft Garage), and Seattle Mobile Apps. He is a regular volunteer for causes that help more people learn to code.

Sessions

9:00am–12:30pm Tuesday, 06/23/2015
Tutorial, Technology
Location: Fleet Room (Bldg D)
Michael McCool (Intel), Rex St. John (Intel), Ramesh Peri (Intel)
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Javascript is unique in that it can be used to program every part of an IoT system: the devices, the servers, and user interface. Node.js can be used for both embedded devices and servers in the cloud, while HTML5 can provide a user interface that works on any device. In this tutorial we will work through the development of a simple but complete IoT system using only Javascript. Read more.