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Introducing Shelly Scripting Advanced
The “Shelly Scripting Advanced - March 2024” course by Shelly Academy is organised in cooperation with SoftUni Global. This course provides an opportunity to discover the world of the Internet of Things (IoT) and learn about Shelly devices.
The course is a continuation of Shelly Scripting Basics course and covers more advanced topics such as version control, data structures for efficient processing, the software infrastructure of Shelly devices, communication protocols for enhanced connectivity, the essential components powering Shelly devices, authentication and authorization, and integrating Shelly devices with third-party services.
With the completion of this course, you will receive an official certificate from SoftUni and Shelly Academy.
Skills you'll gain
- Explore data structures and learn about version control
- Integrate Shelly devices with each other
- Break down essential components of Shelly devices
- Dive into protocols for enhanced connectivity
- Expand Shelly devices functionality by integrating them with third-party services
- Build practice-oriented projects
Simeon Monov is an assistant professor at Plovdiv University "Paisii Hilendarski" and senior software developer and technical lead. Simeon holds a PhD degree in Computer Science and has a solid background in algorithms and information systems. Simeon teaches machine learning, data analytics, algorithms and data structures and object oriented programming at the Plovdiv University and has over twenty years experience in software development and design. Worked 13 years for IBM at the IBM Silicon Valley Lab on various open source projects such as OpenStack, PyTorch, Tensorflow and ONNX machine learning frameworks. Simeon's interests include natural language processing, machine learning and optimization algorithms.