[Wlug] The speaker for the February meeting has been lined up!
turbofx at gmail.com
Mon Jan 26 15:25:04 EST 2015
For the holidays I setup my raspberry pi to act as an automatic christmas
Thus I've become quite acquainted with the GPIO (General Purpose I/O) pins
on the raspberry pi.
I could definitely give a talk that would be a primer on controlling TTL
devices using a raspberry pi and python.
On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 2:45 PM, David Glaser <dglaser at glaserresearch.net>
> Regarding SDN, the following link is rather interesting.
> On 01/26/2015 12:49 PM, Frank Sweetser wrote:
> > I've been watching the whole software defined network mania fairly
> > and while I honestly don't even know what a presentation about it would
> > like, I'd always be happy to just chat for a while about if it there's
> > interest. (One little teaser - a good segment of it involves running
> > directly on enterprise class network gear!)
> > Frank Sweetser fs at wpi.edu | For every problem, there is a
> solution that
> > Manager of Network Operations | is simple, elegant, and wrong.
> > Worcester Polytechnic Institute | - HL Mencken
> > On 01/21/2015 10:43 AM, Tim Keller wrote:
> >> Hey Everybody,
> >> Great news! Andy will be speaking at the Feb. meeting! He's going to
> >> doing a talk on Mesh networking. I figure this will "mesh" nicely with
> >> Frank's talk about 802.11/[nn]/ networking. Once I get the official
> title for
> >> the talk I'll send out a more official reminder.
> >> On a different note... Is there anything that people are interested in
> that we
> >> could work on lining up speakers for?
> >> Here's a couple of ideas...
> >> * Software defined networking
> >> * Robotics
> >> * Home automation
> >> --
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