Have you ever wondered what happens when llamas meet the Internet of Things? Neither had I, until I connected my llama farm to the Internet! Join me on this wild ride where we’ll venture into the less-trodden path of llama-friendly automation. We'll tackle pressing questions like 'Should my llama-cams run in the cloud, or would local control prevent a llama-lanche?' and 'What if my automatic gate is offline during a llama stampede?' It's like a tech-enabled Noah's Ark, only with more llamas and fewer pairs.
Lars is a Principal Magician with Arkahna in Australia, an author, trainer, Microsoft Azure MVP, community leader, aspiring YouTube host and part time classic car collector. He is heavily involved in the space of cloud computing services, especially Azure, and is a published author, solution architect and writer for numerous publications. He has been a part of the software development community for the past 20 years and co-organises the DDD Melbourne community conference, organises developer events with Microsoft, and also runs a part time car restoration business. He has spoken at numerous technical events around the world and is an expert in Australian Outback Internet.
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