Recently I’ve been feeling like I’ve been missing the chance to hear about cool technical projects people are working on in a depth not possible at a CLUG meeting because of time constraints. I am therefore running a simple weekend meetup in Canberra on Saturday 3 December and Sunday 4 December.
The Saturday of the event will be organised talks, with the goal of the talks being to inspire attendees to have a hack on a new project on the second day of the weekend. The second day would be an unstructured hackfest to explore whatever is interesting after the talks of the previous day. I think reserving the Saturday evening for board games and general “hanging out” sounds like fun too.
These talks are currently signed up:
- Richard Jones, Hacking Minecraft in Python
- Alastair D’Silva, Getting started with MQTT and the ESP8266
- Michael Carden, Introduction to radio
- Tim Ansell, Using FPGAs with Python
- …and more to come!