• Trivia Night, featuring Twitch Extensions, Pub/Sub, and AWS Serverless

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Twitch Extensions are a cool new way to inflict compelling interactive experiences on a growing audience of impressionable millenials. Come learn how to leverage AWS Cloud technologies, the Twitch Pub/Sub system, and Javascript to build a multiplayer trivia app. * After every meetup, we head over to the Oly Taproom for an hour of social time.

  • Code and Converse

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Come to enjoy 4 exciting and engaging presentations by members of SSDUG. Bring a laptop and plenty of questions! Presentations (30 mins each) 1. Carter Barnes: Actor Model - What is it good for? 2. Joel Tennant: .Net Core 2.1 Templates 3. Available 30 minute slot 4. Available 30 minute slot * After every meetup, we head over to the Oly Taproom for an hour of social time.

  • Fire Talks

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Please join us for SSDUG's second Fire Talk meetup! Fire Talks give our members the chance to share their favorite topics in tech. Come and listen to 9 members present on a wide variety of tech topics. After every meetup, we head over to the Oly Taproom for an hour of social time. Interested in presenting? Go to our GitHub and check the schedule. Then follow the instructions to submit your presentation. https://github.com/ssdug/FireTalks/blob/master/November-Fire-Talks-Schedule.md PRESENTATIONS 1. Chris Fuess - BBC Micro:bit - Learn Coding For Kids 2. Jill Headen - Orleans: tutorial one 3. Joel Tennant - .Net Core 2.1 Angular templates on Ubuntu. 4. Open 5. Carter Barnes - Electron. What is it good for? 6. Open 7. Phil Hagelberg - Autumn Lisp Game Jam 8. David Houchin - Programming on PS2 9. Open

  • Building a DIY laptop thru the magic of lasers and open source

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    We've all heard the adage "If you want something done right, you've got to do it yourself." What do you do when you feel repeatedly frustrated by the design choices in modern laptops? Take the DIY approach, of course! I'll talk thru my quest to design a machine that's perfect for me, starting with the keyboard and working up to the Atreus Deck: an open-source tiny laptop design that repurposes outmoded yet capable consumer electronics destined for a landfill and turns it into a productive handmade device. Presented by Phil Hagelberg (technomancy) https://technomancy.us/colophon * After every meetup, we head over to the Oly Taproom for an hour of social time.

  • Developing Microcontroller Appilcations with VS Code

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Level : Intermediate Tag(s) : C++, Debugging, Development, IoT, Python, Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio Code (VSCODE) is primary thought of as a IDE for WEB and desktop application development; however with the proper extensions and external tool chains it can also provide a powerful IDE for microcontroller based applications. In this session the presenter will discuss the VSCODE extensions and tool chain configurations need to needed to turn VSCODE in to a microcontroller IDE. The presentation will include two demonstrations of the use of VSCODE to develop microcontroller based IOT sensor applications 1. A LoraWan rain gauge using C++ and the MBED libraries running on a Multi-Tech MDot 2. A Bluetooth temperature sensor using Micro Python and the PyCom libraries running on a FiPi Steve Mylroie Bio: http://www.smylroie.com Steve is an independent software consultant in Silicon Valley specializing in the Microsoft product stack having retired after a 40+ year career doing semiconductor industry, with side excursions in to medical image management. Over the years he has worked with a wide range of platforms from mainframes to PCs, many of which have gone to the great scrap yard in the sky. Co-chair Baynet User Group's South Bay Chapter and Baynet Treasurer

  • Converse, Share, Bring a Project.

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    We don't have a specific plan. It maybe more of a social event to talk with other techies about techie stuff!

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  • Hack, Talk, Listen, Social

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Bring a laptop and hack on something, with the group. Come with your projects and ask questions. Help someone else. Or just provide background color commentary.

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  • Tales from a Game Jam

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Game jams provide a fun opportunity to try your hand at creating a short game within a very limited time frame. In this talk I'll go through my experience participating in the Lisp Game Jam creating a 2D puzzle/adventure game with LÖVE and the Fennel programming language. From art assets to collision detection to live coding; we'll cover all the things that go into making a winning entry. Presented by Phil (aka Technomancy)

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  • Hands-on with ASP.NET Core 2

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    This meetup will be to get together, hang out, and explore ASP.NET Core 2 in good company. For those of you familiar with ASP.NET 4.x, while there many similar concepts, there are enough differences to make the new flavor worth investigation. Opinion: What should we build??? (Post in the comments, below!) Introduction: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/?view=aspnetcore-2.1 Getting started: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/getting-started?view=aspnetcore-2.1 As an extra: For those interested in putting it in docker, Carter's volunteered to be there and help out.

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  • Watch Mario NOT hit a wall

    The Olympia Center (community center)

    Brian Zier will follow up on the Lightning Talk he did previously on machine learning and Mario Kart 64.

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