Birmingham LUG visit goes Brilliantly

16 01 2019

brum arduino talk

Thanks to those who came with us yesterday to Birmingham LUG’s January Meeting. Glen gave a talk on introductory Arduino programming showing how the IDE can be used to drive not only the classic Arduino family but also many 32 bit development boards, embedded devices ( check the diminutive but powerful Christmas tree in the picture!!) as well as the ecosystems extensive support of 3rd party sensors and other devices.  A very friendly atmosphere, post meeting talk continues for hours on Subjects as diverse as Ubuntu, Printers and Electric cars all very entertaining indeed!

Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the back of The Bull, a traditional pub supporting a wide range of beers and good food which is handy if you are coming in from out of town or straight from work. If you are in the Birmingham  Area and wish to visit  Birmingham LUG check out the details here.

Those who are interested in Electronic music and how to produce it under Linux  may be glad to know that our own Stuart Adamson will be giving his Music talk here on March 26th

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January End of Month 31/01/19

16 01 2019

LeeThe October meeting went so well we were asked to organise another meeting in a similar vein! Lee has kindly volunteered again to give Linux command line overview and instructional. From the questions asked on the list it looks like it should be focused around the booting process, filesystems, config files, mounting as well as networking. So expect a wide reaching talk well explained by our man Lee!

Meeting will be as usual at the Cock Hotel Wellington  starting at 7pm …See you all there!





January Midmonth 10/01/19

6 01 2019

penguin stone 2019 is now with us and now is the first meeting of the year. January Midmonth will  as usual be held at the Arleston Inn 7pm. There  wasnt a meeting in December so there is lots to talk about including a launch schedule  for the balloon, Which topics are wanted for the upcoming Linux talk. FOSDEM is on in Brussels(2/3rd Feb) and there are several going to that so that and the intentionally late Christmas do on the 26th will certainly be key topics…See you all there!





November End of Month – Linux Music 29/11/18

26 10 2018

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Stuart Will combine his love of technolgy with that of music in this talk on music making technolgy available for Linux  including his Favorite Trackers. As usual this will be run at the Cock Hotel Wellington starting at 7pm. Come on down for what should be a lively and informative talk!

Presentation Making music on Linux





November Midmonth 08/11/18

26 10 2018

bull-horn-300x300Mid Month is locked in and ready for Thursday the 8th at Arleston Inn 7pm start. Usual social and project focus, expect Heather to be talking about the Ham TV and Tech event been organised in Deepest Darkest Shropshire get your kit out and maybe even make some content!

 





Linux Tech talk entertains and educates

26 10 2018

Lee-Linux-Talk

Thanks to Lee for delivering an excellent talk that filled the entire evening, Linux Command line understanding isnt always the easierst thing to deliver but Lee did very well and managed to make it entertaing especially to those who are not conversant with “bare” Linux! Many members left with at least a few questions answered as well as a foundation on how to use the inbuilt documention to help answer their own in future.

Lee’s talk materials are available here





Talk:Satellite On-board Technology and Design Challenges 07/11/18

24 10 2018

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Barry-M-CookBarry Cook a member and a 20+ year space technology veteran will be delivering his Satellite Technology talk at the Wolverhampton Uni’ Campus, Telford(SA102 Hutchison Building) on the 7th November 1.30pm . The talk is an excellent introduction to the subject that I’m sure any one interestedin tech’ will enjoy. Interested then the Tickets are available free via Eventbrite here!