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Raspberry Pi for monitoring on the Windows 10 IoT Core

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Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone was doing any work with the Raspberry Pi in C# one the Windows 10 IoT core platform.  I have playing around with permaculture and aquaponics for a while now.  I am started in the direction of having Raspberry Pi controls handle monitoring and controlling certain areas of my aquaponics. I'd like to know if anyone else is interested in this idea as well.  I've earmarked a few articles in Nuts N Volts but they are old and I can no longer find the make and model of components in the article because they appear out dated.  I intend to create an API and have it upload to a Microsoft Azure based Service App.

I've just started using the new Raspberry Pi 3. I've even gone ahead and created a few small blog articles about working with them in case anyone is interested.

I intend to use nueral networking to do a bit of predictive analysis.  There seems to be no shortage of people using the Raspberry Pi as weather stations. I'm just not seeing much else going on in terms of monitoring home brew sustainable living projects.

Thanks for your input,
Daniel Jerome
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I do a lot of monitoring with raspberry Pis- data logging and the like. And I do simple control projects (chicken coop door, aquarium, CCTV and a trail cam). Using older Pis though (they're cheaper!), usually A+'s, and running Linux.
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