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Designing the IoT (Software) Engineer
Thursday, December 6, 13:00-15:00h
With the current and future influences of IoT in the society, industry and the environment we need specialists, engineers, that develop and deliver the ‘things’. Although we are still trying to define the term IoT, we know already for the best part the competences and skills these engineers need to have to perform. Or do we? The workshop strives to get an insight on the subjects every (future) IoT software engineer should have in his/her portfolio when starting in the industry. Join us if you have ideas about those subjects like programming, mathematics, physics, electronics, security etc and become an influencer of the skillset of these future engineers.
Peter Mazereeuw is senior lecturer at the department of Computer Science of the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences and coordinator for the department’s profile. His passion lies with educating youngsters about the world and it’s technical wonders. He has worked for several Dutch universities, the St. Maarten government, Atos and was the founder of “DigiWorks”, an educational program on St. Maarten for students to express themselves in the Makers society.