It’s episode six of the Floating Point! Co-host Chris Tatton (@Chris_Tatton) returns from his undisclosed location to join host Hope Roth (@beerandpie) and this month’s guest, Jay Basen, (@[error-twitter-account-not-found]) to discuss templates, scaleability, and awkward interactions.
Jay is wrapping up a long, and illustrious career (seriously, we’re all in awe of his accomplishments), and has gifted automation programmers with both his thought processes and a host of original source code.
We talk about how to create a system that will scale to a 40,000 square foot house (most of us call those “hotels”), how to plan a system out, and why it’s important to spend some time maintaining a template.
We close with some crazy stories about what can happen when you’re working in someone else’s home. How crazy? You’ll just have to take a listen for yourself.
Jay’s Home Automation Blog: http://topicsinhomeautomation.blogspot.com/
Source Code on GitHub: https://github.com/jbasen/Crestron-Template/tree/master