At Hybris Labs we sometimes try to nurture the next breed of potential mad scientists. Here’s a report by Marko Cvijic:
“Last week, I was lucky enough to spend my internship with some of the nicest, most bright-minded people I’ve met. It has really been an amazing experience for me – I had fun but I also learned a lot about working with different new technology such as Arduino and the Internet of Things. I also got a first hand look at the team’s most recent projects, and I was also able to do some of my own projects. More specifically with the Arduino Leonardo and the Wio Link, an IoT product from the startup Seeed. The Wio link is a very capable little Wi-Fi solution that allows anyone with an Internet connection to interact with its modules like an LCD screen. Furthermore, it is able to collect information from websites such as twitter and trigger certain actions based on the activity on the site. It is programmable through an API, which, in turn, can be accessed through Node-RED, Terminal or even a regular Internet browser.
All in all, it was an awesome week at SAP Hybris! Thanks to everyone who made this possible, especially Mr. Lars Gregori from the Labs team!”
Good job, Marko! Was a pleasure having you here! ‘Mr. Lars’…does anyone else think that sounds weird?