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Meet up

Inspire creation with technology such as the Raspberry Pi over a pint.

Tuesday, 26th February at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by Raspberry Pint in February 2019

Are you working on a Raspberry Pi project? Would you like some help, or are interested in sharing what you know? Join this month's Raspberry Pint!

Websocketd

Static web pages are (sometimes) useful but boring. Dynamic pages are much more fun. We'll look at Joe Walnes's websocketd. If you can write a program that prints stuff, and copy simple javascript, websocketd will let you turn your program into a dynamic web page. Websocketd runs on many OSes including Rasbian.

Romilly Cocking

Romilly runs RARESchool, a website that offers news, books and courses for Teachers, Students and Makers. He has been programming for almost 60 years and programming in Python since 2002. He is a long-term supporter of the Raspberry Pi and he's currently exploring MicroPython on the BBC micro:bit and is keen to share what he's learned.

Sony Watchman

Nick Reynolds is back with another quirky project, this time to hack a Sony Watchman, which you need to be over a certain age to have ever heard about. Looks very interesting.

Nick Reynolds

An inveterate tinkerer, Nick has worn several hobbyist hats over the years. Guitar tech, Motorcycle pit mechanic and now LARP prop maker. The things he builds are part of an exercise in world-building, there to support the story, costume, and players involved.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Are you working on a Raspberry Pi project? Would you like some help, or are interested in sharing what you know? Join this month's Raspberry Pint!

Websocketd

Static web pages are (sometimes) useful but boring. Dynamic pages are much more fun. We'll look at Joe Walnes's websocketd. If you can write a program that prints stuff, and copy simple javascript, websocketd will let you turn your program into a dynamic web page. Websocketd runs on many OSes including Rasbian.

Romilly Cocking

Romilly runs RARESchool, a website that offers news, books and courses for Teachers, Students and Makers. He has been programming for almost 60 years and programming in Python since 2002. He is a long-term supporter of the Raspberry Pi and he's currently exploring MicroPython on the BBC micro:bit and is keen to share what he's learned.

Sony Watchman

Nick Reynolds is back with another quirky project, this time to hack a Sony Watchman, which you need to be over a certain age to have ever heard about. Looks very interesting.

Nick Reynolds

An inveterate tinkerer, Nick has worn several hobbyist hats over the years. Guitar tech, Motorcycle pit mechanic and now LARP prop maker. The things he builds are part of an exercise in world-building, there to support the story, costume, and players involved.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members