Monday 21 December.
We met online, instead of meeting at the Shed.
Geoffrey Smith shared his experiences of designing and building small hardware devices.
Geoffrey demonstrated the process of making a surface mount PCB, including designing the circuit (nothing too advanced), designing the PCB and getting the design manufactured.… Continue reading ›
Monday 18th December.
Our December meeting was a Christmas Pi Night.
We had food, Christmas Pies, Raspberry Pi, Ultibo, Christmas Lights, microprocessors playing Christmas music and more.… Continue reading ›
Monday 16th October.
Garry Wood from ultibo.org presented on the Ultibo platform. Ultibo allows developers to create software that runs on a Raspberry Pi without the overheads of an operating system.… Continue reading ›
Wednesday November 2nd at 5:30pm to 9pm.
Jim Gilmour will present on
“Raspberry Pi – The Future of Data Collection ?”
Jim will show us the Raspberry Pi with the Ultibo Pascal environment.… Continue reading ›
Peter Postmus gave a presentation on his experiences with the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 and he demonstrated how to turn a Raspberry Pi into a Network Attached Storage (NAS).
Then Geoffrey Smith continued the topic of security from his presentation in April.… Continue reading ›
Building simple applications for the Raspberry Pi – Paul Jervois
Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) is a graphics engine that is used in the likes of classic games like Doom and Quake and media players like XBMC for the Raspberry Pi.… Continue reading ›
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