Building Wi-Fi Connected IoT Solutions with Arduino and Azure


This hands-on workshop will teach you how to build and program a Wi-Fi-based IoT device using Arduino. Your sensor will send data to Azure using MQTT. You will also use a web page to send commands back to the device and view the data coming from the device.

Some programming experience is helpful but not required. Each participant is required to purchase an Arduino micro-controller and some components before class. The cost of the kit is about $40. Participants must bring a computer.

Dani Diaz

Danilo Diaz is an Internet of Things Solutions Architect with Microsoft’s Global Black Belt organization. He has 20 years of experience in software development and solutions architecture. Danilo has been focused on IoT for the last 4 years, helping organizations of all sizes fully maximize the potential that IoT brings to their industry. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and an MBA from Arcadia University.