[GLLUG] Wuthering Bytes & OSHCamp 2014, 15-17th August.

Andrew Back andrew at carrierdetect.com
Thu Jul 10 10:38:51 UTC 2014


Should anyone fancy spending a (long) weekend geeking out in the
Pennines this August, details below of this year's Open Source
Hardware Camp / Wuthering Bytes.




Registration is now open for Wuthering Bytes and Open Source Hardware
Camp 2014, with a total of 23 talks and 8 workshops being hosted over
Friday 15th-Sunday 17th August, once again at Hebden Bridge Town Hall
(West Yorks).

Tickets are priced at £10/day and include lunch and tea/coffee. The
programme is as follows:

— Friday :: Festival Day

* The Rise Of San Leodis and Silicon Shore: how to pretend you've
turned your city into the next Silicon Valley, Imran Ali

* Reframing Web Design: The Process of Theatre Design, Luke Murphy-Wearmouth

* Numbers That Matter — Beyond snatch and grab ethnography, designing
empathy and community into a product development life cycle, Hwa Young

* Computer Classics — Programming Computers in the 1960s, Ann Kilbey

* Dynamic Static Site Strategies, Phil Hawksworth (RGA)

* It's only rocket science, James Macfarlane & Ed Moore (Airborne Engineering)

* Giving a clock the time it needed, Dan Morrison (BLOTT WORKS)

* Don't Spy on Us, Ruth Coustick-Deal (Open Rights Group)

* Steam-powered techno, Sarah Angliss

* The Future of Microprocessors, Sophie Wilson (Director of IC
Technology, Broadcom)

— Saturday :: OSHCamp Talks

* Linux bootloaders and kernel configuration, Melanie Rhianna Lewis

* Open source archaeological geophysics - is it achievable? Tony Brookes

* An open source aquaponics control system, Gareth Coleman & Dr Naomi Rosenberg

* From Idea to Finished Product: A Tale of DFM and CEM, Omer Kilic

* Driving milling machines with Linux, Matt Venn

* Oxford Flood Network - easier to Apologise Than to Ask Permission, Ben Ward

* An introduction to writing applications for the Parallella board, Simon Cook

* Radio Then and Pararchive: decentralised, pervasive, and open story
telling, James Medd

* Commercialising your ideas, William Stone

* OpenTRV: energy technology that saves householders money, Damon Hart-Davis

* Interfacing with SPI and I2C, Melanie Rhianna Lewis

* Introduction to Baserock, Sam Thursfield (Codethink)

* Concurrency in the real world with xCORE and XC, Alan Wood

— Sunday :: OSHCamp Workshops

* Let's build a flood network for Hebden Bridge! Ben Ward

* Building applications that sense and respond to the real world,
Gareth Coleman & Dr Naomi Rosenberg

* Do you want to build a robot? #meArm assembly workshop, Ben Gray

* Introduction to Bus Pirate, Melanie Rhianna Lewis

* Building your first Parallella application, Simon Cook

* The real world works concurrently and so can you (XMOS StartKIT), Alan Wood

* Design a PCB Shrimp (Arduino clone) and have it fabricated, Matt Venn

* OpenTRV build and getting started, Damon Hart-Davis

For further details, e.g. talk abstracts and speaker bios etc., and to register:


Andrew Back

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