IoT Hardware Teardown Series | How Does an Ember Mug Work?

Watch this video to see Justin Schneck, Very Software Engineering Fellow & Co-Author of The Nerves Project, tear down an Ember® Travel Mug² to see what's inside.

 

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When IoT developers want to know how something works, they start by taking it apart. In this video, Justin Schneck gets curious about the Ember® Travel Mug², so he uses his Dremel 4000 and some other tools to tear it down. That's when he finds the main logic board, the LED display, the headers used during development, and more.

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Very Becomes a Select Tier Services Partner in the AWS Partner Network

We are pleased to announce that we recently became an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Select Tier Services Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN). This is the latest development in Very’s ongoing relationship with AWS.

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