The team will be in Stockholm for Code BEAM STO, and will be presenting a free full-day workshop on how to build with GRiSP.

You'll get a chance to test-drive the boards and some of our favorite accessories: sensors and actuators.

Want to learn how to run Erlang without a OS kernel? Want to deploy software to a small wireless embedded system? Want to interact with hardware such as accelerometers, thermometers, hygrometers, stepper motors and a little robot?

Then this is the course for you!

Join this full day course and learn how to create and deploy Erlang projects on the GRiSP embedded board. Learn how to connect to it using Wi-Fi and how to interact with and write your own drivers for hardware peripherals.

We will provide access to hardware such as GRiSP boards, PMOD devices and other accessories. You will be able to buy the GRiSP board at a discount to take home with you after the course to continue developing your projects.

Knowledge about programming is required and some basic knowledge of Erlang is a plus.

The workshop is on 30 May, the day before the conference. Reserve a free ticket from the Code BEAM EventBrite page; click the "tickets" button and scroll down—you don't need to be registered for the conference to come to the workshop!