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Meet up

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

Tuesday, 30th July at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by Raspberry Pint in July 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!

We encourage people to stand up and speak about their Raspberry Pi experiences, cool projects and give easy tutorials.

Many people bring along their projects to show off (quite right too) and get some help and advice with some sticky problem.

All are welcome!

Raspiscope

Tony is getting up at stupid o’clock to present from Aus. This time he is going to tell us about replacing a faulty analogue camera on a microscope with a PiCamera. Will present in fine detail!

We encourage people to stand up and speak about their Raspberry Pi experiences, cool projects and give easy tutorials.

Many people bring along their projects to show off (quite right too) and get some help and advice with some sticky problem.

All are welcome!

Tony Smith

Tony is a professional electrical engineer and has been applying Raspberry Pi within months of its first release. Since that time Tony has deployed in excess of 60 industrial based system based on a Pi. He has developed several input / output boards for use in electrically harsh environment of industry.

The BBC Micro

Ben just got his old BBC Microcomputer out of storage and has been hooking it up to his raspberry pi. He'll talk about how the BBC was part inspiration for the Pi, the hardware he needed to make them talk, and a project to use the BBC as a more modern viewdata terminal. If he is feeling strong that day, there will be a live demo.

Ben Clifford

Ben's career has spanned supercomputing, distributed systems, and programming languages, and taken him all across the world from Los Angeles to Johannesburg. Most recently he has been based in London taking Haskell work where he can find it.

Deep Learning - Spoilt for Choice

Romilly will be providing an overview of the experiments he’s been doing using the Pi and Jetson Nano to explore Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). He'll bring along a Pi 4, the Google Coral USB accelerator, a Nano and an Intel Compute Stick.

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.

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!

We encourage people to stand up and speak about their Raspberry Pi experiences, cool projects and give easy tutorials.

Many people bring along their projects to show off (quite right too) and get some help and advice with some sticky problem.

All are welcome!

Raspiscope

Tony is getting up at stupid o’clock to present from Aus. This time he is going to tell us about replacing a faulty analogue camera on a microscope with a PiCamera. Will present in fine detail!

We encourage people to stand up and speak about their Raspberry Pi experiences, cool projects and give easy tutorials.

Many people bring along their projects to show off (quite right too) and get some help and advice with some sticky problem.

All are welcome!

Tony Smith

Tony is a professional electrical engineer and has been applying Raspberry Pi within months of its first release. Since that time Tony has deployed in excess of 60 industrial based system based on a Pi. He has developed several input / output boards for use in electrically harsh environment of industry.

The BBC Micro

Ben just got his old BBC Microcomputer out of storage and has been hooking it up to his raspberry pi. He'll talk about how the BBC was part inspiration for the Pi, the hardware he needed to make them talk, and a project to use the BBC as a more modern viewdata terminal. If he is feeling strong that day, there will be a live demo.

Ben Clifford

Ben's career has spanned supercomputing, distributed systems, and programming languages, and taken him all across the world from Los Angeles to Johannesburg. Most recently he has been based in London taking Haskell work where he can find it.

Deep Learning - Spoilt for Choice

Romilly will be providing an overview of the experiments he’s been doing using the Pi and Jetson Nano to explore Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). He'll bring along a Pi 4, the Google Coral USB accelerator, a Nano and an Intel Compute Stick.

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.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members