This particular co-working space has a very poor air conditioning system - so poor that when I go in this space, I must go in as shown in the photo above. But now I have a little help from my MicroView - with MicroView Micro Meteo Station.
I use the MicroView to read and print on a little OLED screen the value of temperature and humidity. The project works with a 9 volts battery, or a USB port. You can connect this to your computer, or use it stand-alone. Now I put this in the co-working room. The chief doesn't ignore this silent demonstration.
I have made a board with connectors and 9V battery plug. You can connect all the components with a breadboard. Connect the DHT-11 to power supply (5V), and to pin number 2 of your Sparkfun MicroView. The DHT-11 needs a 4.7k resistor between the out pin and VCC pin. See the image.
After, you can install the DHT-11 library by https://github.com/adafruit/DHT-sensor-library
Test the sensor with the example test library. Do you see the temperature and the humidity? Right! Now upload the code!
Connect your MicroView to your computer between the USB serial converter. Add the board to your Arduino IDE. To add the board, select Tools --> Boards --> Board Manager --> MicroView.
Open the txt file. Copy the file on your Arduino IDE, select the MicroView board, and upload the code.
When you switch on the MicroView, you can see two values on screen. The first value is temp in C°, the second kind of value is humidity in %.
If you want to show the Fahrenheit temperature add this after
int mt = t-(t*0.13);
int mf = mt * 1.8 + 32;
widget -> setValue(mt);
widget -> setValue(mf);