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Former physics, chemistry and math teacher, author of the first book on programming the Apple II in assembly language, and recent recipient of the NTLS Terry Markwart educational leadership award (http://ntls.info/terry-markwart-award/2017-awardee/). Currently serves on the Board of Directors of a state educational technology organization, and has presented on the topic of makerspaces, Arduinos, interactive maker projects, classroom pedagogy and other topics at many state, national and international ed tech conferences over the past 30+ years.
This week's meetup features Roger Wagner, author of the first book on programming the Apple II in assembly language, creator of the educational software HyperStudio, and most recently, founder of his company 1010 Technologies that has created extremely versatile shields for the Arduino and the BBC micro:bit. You can read about Roger's history on his website, rogerwagner.com (http://rogerwagner.com/), and bring your questions and curiosity for someone who has been down the path and made a few dents in the universe!
The main door of the building closes at 6:15pm, if you come after that time, please call Hansol at[masked]