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Raspberry Night

Raspberry Night
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founder: brmlab
date/time: 31.10.2012 20:00
place: brmlab
stream: stream

Series of talks and workshops related to Rasperry Pi in the Prague hackerspace brmlab, Vltavská.

Anyone is welcome to attend and talk; we expect the talks to have a workshop-like, very informal atmosphere and include a lot of discussion with the audience and possibly (not required!) even hands-on demos. Talks will be in Czech by default, but presentations in English are welcome as well.

Most of the night will be free discussion - anything you want to learn or share. People who use Pi for multimedia centers, home automation, as simple workstations and so on will attend. You will be able to take a look at the Geertboard, RPi cases sold by Farnell and more.

If you don't have your Pi yet, it's also generally possible to buy one in brmlab; we try to keep some extra Pi kits for sale in brmbar at all times, but it's better to let us know in advance if you want to buy one (e.g. at pasky@ucw.cz).

Also we'll have Raspberry Beer, Raspberry soft drink and Raspberry candy bar to satisfy your needs! :-)

First Session 31.10.2012 20:00

Recording (4,5 hours, 1,6 GB, mostly czech)

Expected duration of each talk is 10-30 minutes (no hard schedule).

# who what slides
0 stick Overview of ARM-based development platforms rpi-overview.pdf
1 pasky Raspberry Pi the Arduino style - Working with the GPIO pins not yet
2 roger Raspberry Pi for home entertainment not yet
3 stick Graphics and OpenGL ES on Raspberry Pi rpi-gfx.pdf
4 tomsuch GPIO - ESD ochrana, 3v3 <> 5v levelshifting not yet
5 tomsuch připojovaní LowLevel HW (např. RTC, relé atd) not yet

We still have free slots for talks. If you want to submit a talk, just add yourself here or send an email to talks@brmlab.cz

 
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