Pragmatic Lessons of
Pragmatic Lessons of Rails & Ruby in the Enterprise by Nathan Beyer
Adopting Rails and Ruby for use within a large development organization was and continues to be an adventure. Rails and Ruby have been in use at Cerner for 7 years and over that time, their use has gone from niche technology used by a handful of people to a core platform used by hundreds. Along this adventure, we have learned many lessons and gained lots of experience. In this talk, we’ll share the interesting up and downs of this adventure in an effort to share our experiences and knowledge.
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In this video I’ll connect a DHT 22 sensor to a Raspberry Pi. We’ll read the temperature & humidity out of it, write the data to a Google Spreadsheet and display it in a nice look line chart.
All you need is a Raspberry Pi and the DHT 22 sensor I used in the video. You’ll find for around 5 Euro/Dollar at your favorite dealer. With these little preassembled sensor boards you are ready to go. If you only buy the sensor it self you may need some resistor to get it working.
We’re using the Adafruit DHT lib. In the meantime it’s declared deprecated. This means the vendor doesn’t actively support it. I created an unmodified fork of it so that you can still use it in the future like in this video.
AdafruitDHT lib: https://github.com/datort/Adafruit_Python_DHT
Temperature Chart lib: https://github.com/datort/raspi-temperature-chart
Google Developer Console: https://console.developers.google.com/project
Google Docs: https://docs.google.com
Feel free to comment if you have any questions or suggestions.
Thanks for watching!
great video. thank you!
Sir can you help me how to configure moisture sensor to raspberry Pi
When I ran "sudo pip install gspread oauth2client", I got the error message "google-auth 1.19.2 has requirement rsa<4.1; python_version < "3", but you'll have rsa 4.5 which is incompatible." Now what should I do to recover?
whats the exact model of the DHT22 sensor that you used?
Excellent tutorial, worked like a charm thank you!
Do you know how to edit the script so that I can take readings from 2 DHT22 sensors?