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…Come along to the Story Museum on the 3rd of May (yes, next week) to hear some great talks, meet some lovely people, and have a super time.
If you ever have trouble making decisions, then we’ve totally got you covered. This month Oxford Python, JSOxford, OxRUG, Codebar, dotnetoxford, DevOpsOxford & WPOx are going to be joining forces for a mega meetup (of super meetups).
This month we've got a couple of wonderful talks: Max will be telling us about VR hacks with Google Cardboard, and Roger will be explaining how they use React in Zegami (Roger showed a demo of Zegami at our summer Show & Tell - it's fantastic).
We're possibly a month early, though more probably a month late; either way we're going to get together and talk it all through.
We'll be having an evening of talks & chats in the Story Museum; this month we're really lucky to have Chris Hoult joining us to talk about Ethical Engineering (a really interesting topic). We're also looking for a second talk, so if there's something you'd like to talk about - please get in touch.
Come along to learn some stuff, talk to friendly people and have a drink or two. (Big thanks to HaybrookIT for sponsoring the venue hire and refreshments.)
If you've been along to any of the summer of hacks events - this is a great opportunity to come back and catch up with the people you met.
This is a day of hacking on hardware. We'll have some kits, complete with Espruino boards and components, to play with and you're welcome to bring any additional hardware or things you'd like to hack.
Who is this event for?
Anyone interested in learning a bit about hardware. There are no minimum entry requirements, other than an inquisitive mind. If you've never touched a breadboard before, that's fine – we have some starter kits and plenty of helpful people to guide you. If you're a bit more experienced that's great too, as you'll get to play with some new kit or hack on a project with like-minded people.