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and and and and and so on and so think so much for having me here I can only people in here when I came in this room but merely going through the guy all this it is dying because during
my friend and used in this column that they're watching the like the but I guess they're not that so when I came in here and that there was a lot of people I mean there but there's a ton of people are starting think this is a great example and then you guys all came back so this is really often think so much for coming to hear me and I hope to have some often surprises for you at land and super find I I'm here visiting from New York City which is different and it's nice and warm here is not nice and warm in New York right now and everyone is super friendly yesterday I was on the elevator and they can simply as a of elevator and a man who looked at me and he said can other going how the afternoon going I'm having a great afternoon and I was like this man is going to kidnap me it thank and no no that i minus elevator and no it's happened but he didn't and I like I'm looking thinking on that and that and I got here that's really optimal getting used to so I don't know the answer and that's a really really nice picture of me in the program I forget the left nice picture me in the actual presentation and as Sarah said I don't jobs for a long time and doing hardware for the past couple years and when the organizers reach out to me I was super flattered but like you and I was like well you know I've managed a few teams that build off the rails applications so you know there's that but I don't know I haven't committed it's material this guy or this amazing woman or this often by until I was like what I did this and so wired widening here from you know I wanna do something with hardware nothing I can do that that is all that and there while the rest out and I'm excited to show you guys a little bit about hardware and so today here that you can expect in the next 40 minutes or so and on the talk to you a little about my journey as professional going from minus software focus for 13 years to switching completely over the hardware and you're going to hear from some people that are totally new hardware about their journey the past month and a half learning all about hardware and you're going to see since we don't as well so and here we go so
that's what happened in 2012 the I went to a conference called no Dublin ideas in Dublin is at the Guinness factory which is often and the like open the taps at AM when the conference started which is ridiculous the we're on their time so it worked out and and how quickly and I'm no Dublin there is a presentation by a bunch of people about hardware and and something called node and there's some really cool stuff and this guy James as thought thrown which is pretty cool he taught it to charge whenever it's on the coat color red do like going around the stage with the red cape you know and the drone of coming after him and was pretty cool and then there is an amazing woman they're named Emily Rose and she started her story about the nite before and choose like lessons so I've been working really hard to program this dog machine that JavaScript's and it worked at home but the lecture series different I blew out all the lights in the hotel let's this huge brown spot on my wall this should work today I'm not under present sure and so let's try it with the with real like well let's try so to seconds into the whole room filled up with behind all the security team from Guinness ran wondering like what on earth is going on no 1 warned them so all that this huge conference around like this they just well filled up with smoke and freaking out like this and you feel learn how to do this is the so so-called so I want to a after the node like tell me more about that how do you get involved you know I wanted I wanted to do this and she handed me just like a little bag of LED is and she was like here take these 2 get them to light up and new year started and I was like wow I have no idea how these things work but I'm going to take it and I'm going to do it and that's we do rare programming we just figured out we find something we don't know we just figured out so the next thing I knew and I talked to this gentleman image Waldron who wrote a library called Johnny 5 and Johnny 5 is a JavaScript library that communicates and to an Arduino so I usually with Arduino and I can i season and that anyone that's plated Arduino possible so I was really 17 per cent of those roughly 4 those strangely precise but this could with count after and so usually are program and the time and that can be difficult and or I hadn't done these in school and have the of the door and out of his life easier there's a lot of our libraries like this to you can use Ruby as well and hi thundered loaded for libraries lighter communicate with Arduino so I was like why don't we put together happily continue and a lot of other people that wanted to do it and he was like sure so we got together for a weekend and this is the magic that I made that light is turning on is that that this coming in for this but so as of now that I was hooked and is many we had a lot of time in the months leading up to it a leading after that we actually 1 of node knockout is a on rip off of the Ruby rumbled where we do the exact same thing we teams from on around the world compete and and my team and I competed against 700 teens that we ended up winning the Innovation Award for our Christmas letter that talk to the internet which is often on and after that I got involved in a whole bunch of other things that I really never thought about it as a possible career and am until later so I started thinking about all the things that we're building made a lot of robots and I was like well maybe I can make something attractive what if I made a necklace that changed color based on your Twitter stream you know like if you're in a bad mood because of the bad thing you have a bad to your necklaces color so I am I think it was important for me to find things that were small so I found these little Arduino called them renounce and femto do we know the super tiny there lay maybe an inch long and and they have the same processing power as the Arduino Uno which is a lot bigger maybe this big so I found those and then I looked online to see if I could find a necklace that's that would fit in and I want at the try find the biggest lock acted on the biggest wasn't big enough and then I went on and on Ali Baba mining from these prisons ornaments on I made some they try to make it work and I think she really was that beautiful for this this is the is major I like tried to accented with all these different necklace lists alike to make it look like a normal size and that it's still this like big blowing around my neck felt like a so the police about this thing working I'm a changing color based on your tweets and and so like right well what's next and the should make something that looks better and so what we do in software right we make an MDP and then we iterate on that and the key and and hearts not much different In some ways hardware is not different from software were building were iterating were learning from our mistakes were moving on and in other ways hardware is very different from Software 1 thing I realize is that software is just lives in a computer and it's like pretend play like weakened tarot apart and put it back together fairly quickly and there's and hardware takes much longer in software you can do a and MDP in 6 to 8 weeks right so you can take some time off of work and focus on building the bare minimum of what you need and hardware 6 8 weeks is 9 months to a year I'm or sometimes even longer so it's definitely uh there's very many parallels that I'm in many ways it's not it's very different so but in the way of iterating it's the same thing so I was like OK I had this completely ugly thing now iterate on that and try to find something more beautiful so I this is the 2nd version of that exact same thing on as you can see this 1 is accentuated by the 6 font and on so this this necklace of the same day I found and guy on at the local designer and I use the same of the same parts and build this and in the process and started thinking about and where the place that we lose girls while they're growing up and but a and a lot of times less any show that 1 girl to puberty they start thinking and that the technology maps and things like that are too much for them and they don't they don't play video games as much so they don't get the whole I would be a video game programmer when I grow up as much and some of them do so I started focusing on this project that i started calling and Julie on figuring out how we can kind of it may be fooled girls teenage girl into programming and right also something that you guys have served notice to work you may and may not notice I and if you're my age I'm you have friends that learned how to code because of my space right and all the sudden my 5th got really huge and all your friends all of a sudden you wanna do image tags and a lot of times I I say that now on people relate what am I correct the Minecraft think paying those tiny kids out there they're like 10 years old the teachings those jobs and they're like tiny little server admins on because they had this thing that they love and they wanna make a better so as trying to start focusing on finding something that they would love so I and after working on this project by iterating on this design and about the same time this hardware accelerator called Highway 1 started having in San Francisco and I was thinking the only way to hardware the only way to really focus on a full-time as with investment in health so I reached out to that right an application and we got unless timber this is a really sort of and so what we got was a tumor so I put my with my day job and with can often company that's been super supportive and will left to join Highway 1 which was also them and it was no longer it was no longer help the for the 1st time in print the answer is
pretty the purpose of making the that and so it's pretty because now I was working with actual legible engineers mechanical engineers industrial designers an actual product and now we can have which is pretty wild and super intimidating but really often so right out the gate on the most important thing that they drilled into our heads was if you haven't spent time talking to you Users you're wasting your time throw away we built and sit down and talk to the people that year that year building for which makes so much sense I was sitting there like I remember being a teenager here's what I wanted here's what I would have wanted right and when I was a teenager was totally different from now because the 2 major out I was like I was there was an internet you folks and I really like the computer in the cell phone so it's that it's such a different world so we started talking to them in the past year talked over 100 teenagers which is a lot more fun than it sounds and the super great to talk to you and learned so much from them and and what we finally learned after talking to them for a while our initial theory was when a in a build something that lets then change the color of the jewelry in the morning to match the outfit so like I would totally like that when I was a teenager about and so great so I talked about and they're not into that idea at all their like no it's not really cool but you know it is cool I wanna talk to my friends were in class because I to show my phone off and I can talk to them like and their and their life and we want people 1 thing that you would show them friendship it's like the most important thing in the world at that age who are my friends and How do we show our friendship and you know we did it with friendship bracelets and where we would have best friend the bracelets and so working with that and and and learning about this stuff we kind of landed on building a mesh network of wearables where they can not only talk to each other but the jewelery matches when they're together so when I'm with my friend group all of our bracelets match and if I have a different from there my bracelets multi colors that would not to them as well and we can find each other vibrations and messages of 1 class so now that we knew that we talked to our users new we're doing the next step was actually building it so I'm in the meantime what we worked with a team called red start to start designing stuff that they would want where so we came up with mood boards like this where we just sent a ton of different designs and literally let them make all the decision making processes we worked with a bunch of high schools in the area we would send them things like this and be like tell us which when you like the best and so are industrial design team is working on something like that and 1 thing we learned from the crew a highly 1 is there are 2 types of prototypes you should focus on during this time there's a looks like on a tight which is and what your do ultimate design will look like and works like prototype where you can test the functionality because often a limitation this early when you're playing with Arduino is and it's not very but it's too big to put inside your ultimate version of what you're building so while our industrial design team is working our looks like prototype we're working on on our works like protect and so this is the 1st word we design with the help of upset highway 1 and this uses an RF to me now which is another Arduino compatible microprocessor an optimal uses Bluetooth I'm and this also has a button and the guy right under the big microprocessor and a motor and and another thing we decide we designed to work with that with an LED board we use Neil pixels which is the type of LED on that allows you to treat them like an array and their individually addressable so you can change their colors independently of each other and so that was are designed for our board that we're going to test and we wanted to put it in something that we give our users a leave it may not be as small as a bracelet believes the idea of what we were giving them to play with so we designed this outer casing and that had a flower and about and the inner casing for the are mechanics to go together the lights and the board and in the meantime are industrial designs team was working on that looks like version so based on the feedback we got from our users we made these 2 designs on things that they picked and what we did is we 3 read printed them and put them on bands and send it to them was like where these for a couple weeks and let know you think so in order to get our work like prototype done this was stuff we couldn't 3 print it was injection molded plastic as well as aluminum based so we started working with a manufacturing and team in San Francisco which is interesting right for the lid 1 things it's so expensive to build things 1 off 1 of those flowers out was like a hundred bucks and if we made 20 thousand of those flowers there been so much less and that this is is the stuff you learn when you're building hardware so and we built these we built the youth and prototypes and we program and to get to our final functionality of sending messages and understanding of each others proximity and they work like that which is pretty often and so as soon as we finish that process we got testing we got our user groups together where like girl because it's fun to enjoy this is something you would do it was very small and arrest How much would you pay for it that's a hard thing no 1 ever me who knows I remember this user session out 1 of the girls was like we're like you know is this price point to high choose like I the tune arise from a speaker's so that operate in that it often put on and so they could not return on and so if we were to abandon without great feedback on the functionality which was I won't be helped for infinitely rewarding I'm as far as looks like wind up on this design add that the 3 millimeters silicone bands and break and 1 thing that we've observed about that age group is they like why lots of bracelets sacking them up their arms so and we wanted to make the band separate so they could buy them separately as well as the term sector because keeping up with fashion that is usually difficult as well so the electronic interchange with the chance complete new Charmine's whenever and we have a new design something there and to
so after that process was over we I went to the task of miniaturizing in and this is our 1st board design of our smallest board so far and that biggest square right there on the next to the 4 pins is the Nordic chip on and it is a microprocessor and Bluetooth chip and it is 4 mm by 4 millimetres which is crazy and that is so small you can eat it and no 1 would not you might not even notice and and you learned so much later in the stuff like those for kids right there would they do is charged they also upload codes of 1 thing wasn't portent kind the whole point of this project is making these things open source right I'm because we want the girls to get used to kind of programming logic of if I'm with Karen and I'm with the the then behave this way but what we really want is to give them something they love and let them control it's like what if they want a program it's it let them know when their dads on its way to pick them up or not to tell the whenever new Instagram follower or and you can use it to control drowned like really whatever you wanted to do so these 4 pins both charge the device and upload code from the Arduino IDE which is what you can use a program that so this is the this is the board in action out compared to a quarter it's a little bigger than a quarter and were now iterating on our next version of this i'm theory about 10 mm smaller so smaller than a quarter our goal and but the neat thing was is now have this at the which is off them and for the wording I have a bunch of these guys here because check them out and we can also but then In the flowers which I ultimately be what these girls are wearing on and they could do all kinds of cool stuff so that's been a really long process that's been a year and a half and and since then start a company got funded I mean hired some friends which is often and have been working on this process and our hopes now are a ship and you know all these high on Kickstarter like 2 and half years ago I paid a 250 dollars through the art goggles that I have still not gone to the this nation and hardware that lead time on hardware super real and it's just the things that can go wrong are crazy were lucky to have some also manufactures and they make it by J. an apple products and we were lucky to have been working without our hopes are to ship out most likely by next spring the great if we could do it by the end of this year I but it's been it's been a really also and process and so that 1 thing you'll see and so 1 thing that we're doing is listening to our users that originally was duly back there like were not 8 years old that sounds really all we're like are leading until back and so we have have rebranded in our dual box on it's been an awesome process I wouldn't trade it for anything when I 1st started learning software it was and maybe you can read to relate to this it was an amazing experience in the way that I was always challenged there always something new I want to learn so many times I was that there and have not aha moment after 10 hours of just running my head into a wall and then my career advanced and I have to do other things antibodies and then I became a people Manager which has its own challenge but now that I'm back in hardware on I'm experiencing thing all over again more I sit there for 10 hours and I'm learning something I haven't done so long and I can I get that same rush as this is incredible on learning this whole new field of something that's growing so quickly it's been an awesome experience and the shadows out take out 1 thing I heard you i the check out our website is look at our about page and where an often team I've known these people for years something I realize today and it is incredibly great reward to work with them on and were hiring mechanical engineers electrical engineers if you know of anyone but that's still about her jewel box other and that's me that's my story on that so when I have to do this I thought well the spokesman of the will be the most exciting thing so like I should talk talk a little bit about what my journey has been but we should also do something really crazy and how they what we do that's really crazy what I know this often playful flat iron school flat irons school I is a school in New York and started around back a good friend on the phenomena span and environment and I was lucky to enough to work with them for a while and and they have an often kids program the pre college program where they teach a lot of often kids nose like you know maybe being I'd that we could bring some kids to Ralph how I keep calling them kids they're like adults but you're going to have a rings on onto rail common do something crazy I don't know I will do will will do some punish over the people Ralph on and that so I went and I talked to add and listener and this crazy idea when you think of this use like the sound amazing let's do another often as great so since then I've been getting together with this also we put the word out about 10 times 10 students and 3 of them have been religiously showing up and contributing to each time we get together for half sessions on and have been a great source of inspiration and recently I forgot that you know they started to feel like appears to be working together for so long until about a week and a half ago when 1 of them will go unnamed and said we're trying to figure out a song for this presentation and they're like a weight these people and again have you seen that geico commercial with people like pressure that push it real good but you know that will not salt-and-pepper and I still have that tape think of that day often to work with and I'm super excited had to introduce and you to than and that too Caroline learn an alkyne few
monomers warm and Caroline this is and we go to the flattened school in New York City Mad Men and a little bit about us is well this is new code for so many years of student role form key high school is and technical school and I basically went to the school to learn automotive when I went there it basically I wasn't an honors class so they offered me another shot so it's of source points there and when I was a software engineering this is basically what introduced new to the world of coding everywhere so I started off with the basics scratch HTML CSS Java and I really get good at I really like this so I took it to the software is software year I got a chance to go to against dentist I should basically to go the flattened schools I accepted of course and it's an at all this over the and basically so I would have to take a very dear to go to school but it was worth it we learned so much here we would we learn Ruby by and Ruby advanced basically so now we're building applications here so this was a 12 week course every Wednesday for 4 hours and basically you at the end of this semester I was able to create a quiz that would allow anyone to go online and take a quiz assess their knowledge about course so this is not a quiz looks online 0 there OK so yes it was a great experience and I'm and it off to Caroline of my niece Caroline I also want to reject this implies a defiant school and and so freshman year I took while in school and I don't really like if I was looking at other quite different from the collectors so start really here I choose to take part in computer applications to see like which was kind of like that Eritrea educated owl and computer applications was much better like I like to more and is like a super easy so Due to the end of the values of and so do you have a question designs systems in area I guess and I'm scared of computers and it is scary life to words like it's just so intimidated our but I took it had it had out of writing and I like algebra of up to junior item had to use science and it's like loved it so much so as like this years of looking at colleges in house and so I think of wretched major computer science but I want to a bit more serious about it so I looked at class instance city and I found the size and by 2 classes there I want it so much and I mean the micromega where you can enter your initials at and pattern and a fire and the colors that makes all put you in that it I didn't hear of you the local if we could be remembered for a long time this is for k but dramatic moment like say helpful it is to have my face the colonies to giant like models like this predict a streams but that is love that it's also this is a OK so Molokai and I go to the Academy of innovative technology in Brooklyn must that's like the border queens so so fun to that uh yeah that's a school and did I took a web design class that's my school my school offered a few CT classes like 0 mm there is to be repaired there was a flash animation but what design was 1 inch to be the most and sexy what got means coding I started with no additional CSS in my own freshman some sort more years and then in my junior year right now I II did some JavaScript and the vertical that's when my friends from my school he interned at the other school over the summer and yet me in a few different for my school in the home scholarship at the flattened school the way this is all on the the problem I use my school dream weaver with like I started and stuff funny how like when I look at you remove now that she just called it's weird it's just not familiar from them at all anymore but yeah come on he got a so a scholarship at sudden school I was in the same cluster G we those little weeks and is pretty cool because you're we learned Ruby and it's similar to Dallas great but they can misses you up that you like a i'm when I try to do this music wait no that's Ruby thing and then you go that doesn't work I don't know why and then you remember the wrong language so from yes have that look for to so yeah went so far in school and of this is a project that me and my friend of divine worked on through news which for you and it was like a little like a quiz and you like they you know take personality and why of front page like changes like other time fresh it only a screenshot like this 1 for great like a you agree personality element to it right now is a great and those yes so we go from at a we complete the class to get from 1 might against in advance course and that's what we're doing right now and I'd love flattened for great and at its cool because no basis by psychic like will know that about pixelated I can come to Atlanta and presented real skunks which I didn't even know was obtained so like a month ago and yet the and I 2nd she just hate when offenders Canada's 1 no yes so we basically used the node j as clients control her a are these drones include a camera on the front and there represented at the front and back of these trials are represented by these 2 green LED is the and to red in the back and these controls can be controlled 1 of 2 ways 1 is through mobile applications and 2nd is through the terminal using a no JS library called air drag about and so we had a lot of difficulty of working with the drones 1 of them was that they would crash a lot there really unpredictable they're going to ceilings and walls and stuff like that and another was like working with John certain review it's hard to like adjust to the languages and stuff like that so there was some things we had to adjust to In this another 1 of the issues was them library commands were using because we get a bunch of like the commands that we use to make no drawings do all cool stuff from old couple and you some the commands like really cool and we want to use them but we try and you'd like a that 1 makes the drone crashed into walls we should ensure that will not have so yes so we had to decide a you know which ones go together you know well another 1 was on momentum is the thing that can mess up the Romans so like you know we don't get that's make the drongo right and you go right in the back OK then go left like media after and what angle left because it's like tilting for the side and like that's not what we want you to do you're going to crash into the wall which is you can tell there's a lot of crashing into walls so another problem we faced was getting more than 1 drawn to do exactly the same thing sometimes you run a code and 1 drum would be like attacking 1 of the students at the flattened school while another heard this that we're repeatedly crashing into students at the flatterers school head others would just like they would do crazy things so and quite don't want any Malachi mentioned earlier he the syntax yeah those curly brackets and some Michael if you even this 1 this thing was not a word so what now introduce these dancing around OK you go yeah once the a little that of overuse function chatter so yes it so here was the drone have like 4 seconds it would stop when the commands of they'd events and after that we had to include a stop because like image in earlier the momentum if it this is about what we want to happen won't work NO just no crush much of some this better anybody know and then no so then it just continue on to the next step of that stuff more and then we just keep going to each of the different functions that we made to make the Johns look so cool performing inter-strain place yeah what and so enough of us and policies and draw York at the but didn't model another
anything can go wrong we live video back at the done our or a whole
month to get them on a stop sharing on the screen like play so you go to the rails comes I slightly better just stop screen turn of but let but it's soon
I haven't yeah the 2nd 1 and uh and in my mind and I think you you you you you you you you you you you you you have a I have a lot of the of the of the of a my mind chapter laughter alently learning in a dictator definite all men and what I've always been at every practice that who have been supporting is all about that and it's coming in an area that the out of the service sector thank you thank you think I have a letter of thatin movement will move of the unit moved from
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Titel Keynote - Day 1 Closing
Serientitel RailsConf 2015
Teil 09
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Autor Chipps, Sara
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DOI 10.5446/30676
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch

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