The second Google+ Hangout hosted by the Quarks team yesterday went really well! In the first portion of the presentation, we showed how you can run a Quarks application on a Raspberry Pi. We start with how to set up your Pi and Quarks development environment. Then, we walk through a simple application which retrieves system CPU information and sends them as device events to the IBM Watson IoT Platform cloud service on Bluemix. From there, we can view that data in real time and monitor the Raspberry Pi’s state. For more details and to try out this tutorial, check out the recorded video!