Learn How To Master Emerging Web Technologies And The Internet Of Everything

Machine-to-Machine communication is the heart of the Internet of Things. With the rise of wearable devices and the principle of the quantified self, single individuals will also become connected, ushering the age of the Internet of Everything.

Legacy systems designed for traditional desktop computers will need to communicate with more agile data streams and multiple portable devices and interfaces. Web portals will evolve into IoT Gateways.

DAASN has partnered with Entando to solve this problem. Entando is an open source lightweight technology that provides a secure java core based on a microservice architecture. The platform integrates data coming from both legacy system and IoT sensors to create effective outbound instructions, responsive dashboards (powered by Bootstrap) and tailored reports.

Attend this 2-day training workshop to learn how to quickly build web portals, Apps and connectors using Entando software. A certification exam at the end of the training will provide official recognition and listing on the Entando developers roster.

Tickets are free for the first 50!



December 4th-5th

9.30am – 6 pm

Level 1 Certification exam and networking lunch

December 6th

10 am – 1 pm


DAASN Office

31 Allegheny Ave Suite 302

Towson, MD 21204

Who should attend

Developers familiar with

  • Java

  • Maven

  • An IDE of choice (Eclipse, Netbeans)

You will need

  • A laptop

  • With one of the following operating systems: Ubuntu Linux >= 12.04 or Microsoft Windows 7/8 or Mac OS X Mountain Lion

  • Java JDK >= version 1.6.0u32. 32bit even in a 64bit system

  • Maven v3.0

  • an  IDE of choice, (Netbeans, Eclipse), possibly updated to the latest versions


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