The programme is built by the attendees. It is hoped each participant will prepare a 5 to 30 minute talk on a project they are hacking on at present, or a hacking-type subject. Your presentation can also take the form of a problem or a question you'd like resolved. If you've never done this before, this is great and safe opportunity to give it a go.
To date, we have:
- Craige McWhirter: The joy of Ikiwiki and how I use it's git back end for stream-lining staging / production workflows.
- Scott Bragg: Arduino and ZigBee sensor networks around the property
- Tom: Probably an exercise/music game
- Tim: Learning Erlang, creating a 'package-update-notification-as-a-service' service
- Josh: Some stuff to do with network decentralization, some stuff to do with Nodejs. All the fun things!
- Mike: A Personal text based OTP Device
- Julius: Arduino & Space the final frontier
- Stew: That thing that everyone is always talking about
- Other names here?: speaking on / demonstrating...?
Hardware hacking for low power devices seems appropriate :-D
No formal activities have been arranged during the day for Saturday, March 15th . Some suggestions are: