A Night Welcome to All Members of the communities-at-large, and Curious Technologists of-all-levels. Speaker Matt Richardson , published in Make: & Author, will be Speaking and in the NoiseBridge Spirit we will have arranged a Compassionate and Sweet MC to herd the Kittens into a MeowSession ( 15 Minutes Presentation, 15 minutes of Q and A from audience on talk) .
Narrowing the Scope of a discussion to: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, And Mobile Technologies is Announced, and posted to focus the Q & A in to a ball-of-yarn of discussion that we all want to pounce on.
Note: please come to this meet-up, Hosted at NoiseBridge.
Matt Richardson's recent publications include: the GPS Logger on the $5 Zero and stowed in a water proof container(MagPi issue #40). Also Co-Author of "Make: Getting Started with Raspberry Pi" , get your copy here:
Theme of this Months five Minutes of Fame: "bridge"
We will encourage the "scope" the discussion to the "bridge" theme what can be made with Arduinos and Raspberry Pis Combinations; by seeking insights from the guest speaker, who is an expert in this field, 1st American Raspberry Pi Foundation Employee, Matt Richardson.
More at http://mattrichardson.com/
This Night will be a blast. Bunny will also demonstrate the tools from the Raspberry Pi Local Class.
By Using 5 Minutes to ask a good short question to allow Matt to respond. We could achieve maximum insights if we all take turns.
Please Indicate which time you could be a speaker at on this poll:
Upon arrival please check in at " The Raspberry Pi Station.
to list your topic and we will call you at your time slot, 50% of speakers may by drop'in, we have built in time to accommodate listeners present the night of. Noise Bridge suggest space use donation is $13 / per Person and we do not accept no currencies.
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