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I'm working on creating some farming and aquaponics code for the Raspberry Pi using C# and the Win 10 IoT core. I was wondering if anyone else out there is doing anything similar. I intend to have an Azure based back end for analysis. I see a lot of weather station projects and a few things using sprinkler controller systems. I'm mostly interested in looking for different monitoring hardware that would go well with the Raspberry Pi 3.

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  • These sound like great projects Daniel, but this is likely not the best place to discuss them. StackExchange sites are uniformly focused on answerable questions, rather than open-ended discussion. The help centre has guidance on what you can ask, what you can't ask, and how to write a good question for the site. For a less constructed format, I'd recommend trying the raspberrypi.org forums. – goobering Jul 17 '16 at 17:40
  • I have the exact same project, did you manage to progress on this ? Happy to collaborate, am an experienced C# developer. Best, Fred – Fred Plain Jan 31 '20 at 13:37
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I am going with this part of the question as it seems to be the most answerable:

I'm mostly interested in looking for different monitoring hardware that would go well with the Raspberry Pi 3.

Have a good look at adafruit both the shop (disclaimer: no affiliation) as well the extensive guides section. They (and other vendors of course) offer a wide variety of HATs to interface input/output devices and an huge amount of different sensor to interface to. I think it's best to get a feeling what is available first and what can be done with it to work out the specifics of what you need.

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I am going with this part of the question...

I'm working on creating some farming and aquaponics code for the Raspberry Pi using C# and the Win 10 IoT core.

Go and look at all the projects available at the Microsoft IoT developers section for Raspberry Pi

https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot

https://microsoft.hackster.io/en-US

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