This weekin #DevDecember, wehad the hard job of selecting just a handful of sources of inspirationfrom a big grab bag of options.
You’ll find out what we went for below, but there were so many other exciting things we could have featured, so we hope you will add the things you prized most this year. What projects impressed you? What tools did you like using? Use our fill-in-the-blank to share what motivated and propelled you on in 2020, tagged as #DevDecember. Thanks in advance for the inspiration.
Now, let’s review whatwe featured in week 3:
IoT and Azure help with family chores
With everyone at home, dishes pile up faster, garbage accumulates, and chores must be done more frequently. To keep track in real time whatchoresneed to be completed andbywhen, Scott Hanselman built an IoT solution, using sensors, a web-based heatmap, and notifications.
Taking your mind offwhat you’re working on is sometimes the best way to get inspiration. The Developer Activity Book featuresfamily-friendly fun, includingsevencoloring pages, a crossword puzzle, a word search, and a logic puzzle.
The Imagine CupWorld Championship encouragesstudents across the globe to innovate using Microsoft Azure. Finalist teams created technologicalsolutionstotacklepressing global issues.Get inspired bytheir passionandthe incredible projects they created.
Most of the plastic that ends up in the oceans comes from inland sources. In this episode ofCodeStories,Seth Juarezshows howdeveloperscan use AI toaddress thisproblem by monitoringmicroplastic and trackingocean-boundplastic waste.
Next up is week 4 of #DevDecember. We’ll cover one of our favorite topics: the projects andtechnologieswe’re most looking forward toin 2021.
Meanwhile, we’rehoping you’ll upload a#DevWithABev selfieif you haven’t already.What’s this about? Simply put,devstake a picture of themselves with abev. Hot or cold, commonplace or original, we like it all. Shareandtag your pic#DevWithABev.