If you watched the //BUILD Day 1 keynote back in April, you may have seen the Intel Galileo board in action driving a gigantic keyboard (02h:03m:15s). While I was watching it, I opened another browser and ordered a Galileo for myself. It took me a long time to get my Galileo (almost four months, due to backorders), but they are readily available now, from a number of suppliers for somewhere between $50-$80 USD.
Microsoft has even released a version of Windows that you can install on the Intel Galileo Gen 1 boards through the “Windows Developer Program for IoT". In subsequent videos and blog posts I’ll show you how to do just that, but I thought I’d get started with a 101 introduction to the Intel Galileo and working with it as it ships from Intel.
So without any further ado, here is the video:
Here are some handy links:
Grab a copy of my slides: http://1drv.ms/1wyqU4S
Intel Maker community: http://maker.intel.com
Intel Galileo Software Downloads: https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-22226