Update on presentations:
Ben Blundell (@secti0n9): Hacking together a medical scanning rig for keyhole surgery using Open Source tools.
Ben is a freelance software engineer, specialising in computer graphics, computer vision, physical computing and digital art. He has worked at and collaborated with UCL, The British Library, The University of Manchester, The British Museum and MSA Visuals in the last 2 years.
For more info visit his site: www.section9.co.uk
What is this about?
We're giving development guidance time to the right projects!
The Spring of Code meetings are match-making events for great open source projects and skilled people. Expect lightning pitches, project updates, mini-brainstorming... and beer!
To get an idea of what our meetings look like, see the report on last event.
Programme to be announced soon
Hope to see you all there!
Organised twice a month, the Spring of Code meetings are social events where to learn and share skills, meet and connect with fellow techies around interesting Open Source projects. Each meeting includes: Updates on currents projects, pitches, mini-brainstorming. Coding on specific projects happens during special Tech events organised by project owners.
If any questions leave a comment here or email the organiser