[Noisebridge-discuss] Hoping to schedule an embedded device workshop
tdfischer at hackerbots.net
Wed Feb 24 05:39:41 UTC 2016
This sounds super excellent, Michael!
Donations to keep Noisebridge open and free for things like this are
graciously accepted :)
On Sat, 2016-02-20 at 17:00 +0100, Michael wrote:
> Hello Mitch,
> On fri., févr. 19, 2016, Mitch Altman wrote:
> > This will be a great class! Thanks for teaching it.
> You're welcome. We'll have a second instructor from the leading
> Bluetooth Smart manufacturer. I probably should keep that under
> wraps until they have the chance to officially say yes. They're
> quite happy that we can do this at the Noisebridge.
> > The only class with a possible conflict on Tuesdays is the Ruby
> > class from 7pm-9pm. I'm not sure which room that is in. Anyone
> > know?
> On fri., févr. 19, 2016, Trent Robbins wrote:
> > The ruby class takes place in Church on Tuesdays. The Hackatorium
> > is taken
> > by meetings on Tuesdays.
> > I agree that Turing classroom seems like a good location. PyClass
> > used to
> > use Turing on Tuesdays, and if no events are up on the wiki, then
> > it's as
> > good as empty.
> Then I'm going for it, as you see on the main site and events page
> there is a new entry as you recommended. If a nonalien would be so
> kind to check the entry out, it would be very friendly. I couldn't
> figure out how to enter the duration on the events page, so there's
> no indication how long the workshop lasts.
> > But, please add your class now on the wiki for either Church or
> > Turing classroom. You can change the wiki if someone let's you
> > know where the Ruby class is. Otherwise, your class and the Ruby
> > class can work it out on the date of your class.
> > Please be sure to publicize your class! Please post to the
> > Discussion and Announce email lists. Adding it to our Meetup is
> > also a really good idea. Same for the Noisebridge Facebook page.
> > And, please consider writing a blog post about your new class on
> > the blog.noisebridge.net page.
> Yes, we'll do a bunch of stuff to publicize the class including your
> suggestions. It will take a few days to get started since I need to
> synchronize my efforts with my coinstructor, who might be persuaded
> to give a sneak preview of scatternets and mesh features probably
> going in the next Bluetooth spec. Hot stuff for anyone familiar with
> 2.4 GHz RF.
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