Wow, May’s been a busy, busy month for me. My day time job has taken me off to foreign climates for most of it, while what little time I’ve had home has been spent messing around with the Raspberry Pi.
Returning to the end of the April, a number of us from the Maker Space were asked to given a short talk at the Super Monday group. I haven’t done any public speaking since my University days, so I was very nervous about it.
- Cay Green give us a great talk on the history of 3D Printing and how hobbyists are lowering the entry cost
- Ed Bisdee gave a talk, in his usual energetic style, about how easy the Arduino is get electronic projects up and running
- I give a talk about the hardware hackability of the Raspberry Pi and
- Nigel Hope introduced us the BeagleBone, a powerful and opensource development board.
All in all it was a very enjoyable evening. Videos from the night are here:
and Stuart Holmes wrote a nice review of the talks: