THANK YOU! by Cadius
Last week, I presented a temperature monitoring solution using Arduino at a national conference for the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD), the body responsible for accrediting laboratories like the one I work for.
Actually, I made that presentation twice at the conference. Once to the IT committee and once to the business managers committee.
I received positive feedback and interest from several attendees in both sessions.
That project’s success — and therefore the presentation — would not have been possible without the patient help in the Adafruit forums and extremely helpful examples posted here at Adafruit. So, while I mentioned in the presentation that my project built on the examples found here, I wanted to post a quick thanks to everyone at Adafruit and on the forums.
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