Internet of things development for C# programmers

The best course for C# IoT development. Learn how to craft with raspberry pi 2 or 3. The BEST way to code for fun!
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Write code in C# that runs on a raspberry pi
Handle joystick input
Read data from motion sesnors
Collect meteorological data
Flash LED an LED matrix
Work with windows 10 IoT


  • Basics of C#


There is growing demand for IoT solutions all over the world, also there are professionals who love to craft code for fun. Any of these groups you belong to, this course is designed just for you.
You will learn how to boot the raspberry pi with Windows 10 IoT core and connect to it. Your job will be totally easy with the sense hat either coding or crafting. You can use your well known Visual Studio to release or debug your C# code. We are going to work with the Sense HAT that saves you a lot of time, money and energy.

I made this course quick and comprehensive to give you a nice first look on how to develop Internet of things applications in C#.

If you are creative or desire to explore IoT, this course is just tailored for you!

Who this course is for:

  • Creative programmers
  • Software developers who are keen to explore new technologies
  • People who are already met with raspberry pi or arduino

Course content

1 section11 lectures1h 4m total length
  • Introduction
  • The power supply
  • Set up windows 10 IoT on raspberry pi
  • Configure the network
  • Flashing the light
  • Using the LED matrix
  • Controlling the joystick
  • Reading meteorological data
  • Detecting motion
  • Useful links
  • Before you start your own project...


Cross platform mobile developer, Udemy Instructor
Balázs Koncz
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  • 246 Reviews
  • 15,334 Students
  • 3 Courses

Hi there! Thanks for taking a look at my account!

Currently, I am a cross-platform developer building online courses for beginner and advanced level students. My aim is to share my knowledge as a programmer and show you the way to become a successfull software engineer.

I love exploring, and I spend a lot of time designing courses for new comers in programming and others who like having fun with code crafting.