Bringing Speed & Automation to Smart Screen IoT Operations
Building and scaling interactive IoT and smart hardware products should be as easy as building and scaling server-side apps in the cloud. Unfortunately, today the process of provisioning, deploying, and updating your fleet of devices is manual, inefficient, and outdated. In this session, we'll outline how many of the workflows surrounding IoT development -- such as device provisioning, configuration, and software deployment -- can be automated to create a streamlined and modern development process. Along the way, we'll demo how you can use Twilio and Mason to build a custom Android OS, create a completely automated device provisioning process, and bring CI/CD to your IoT development lifecycle.
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CxOs and Founders
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Best Practices
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Intermediate (201)
Best Practices
Customer Story
Digital Transformation Use Case
Internet of Things
On Demand
Talk - 15 min
Dylan Swartz

Developer Advocate at Mason

Dylan Swartz is a hybrid software engineer and product person with a passion for learning and building things. He enjoys working on products that matter and help people. With a background in infrastructure automation, in 2016, Dylan joined a startup called Mason as the 1st software engineer to build a new way for companies to deploy products on dedicated hardware. Today, he leads the developer advocacy efforts for Mason.

James White

Senior Software Engineer at Mason

James started his career at MSFT where he worked on windows OS stress and performance, cloud distribution systems, and the Visual Studio Profiler. At Mason, he works on designing APIs and works to make DeviceOps a reality. In his spare time, James reads books on philosophy and psychology while occasionally doing CrossFit.