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Saturday the 16th

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Hello Arduino enthusiasts,
It is time to have another Club Arduino meeting and the time is:

Saturday the 16th of January from 1-4pm

The ShipYard will host us in their swank mezzanine.

Some format options:

1) 2-3 presentations, such as a novel use of Arduino, interesting details of a project, or deeper details on some feature we may not all be familiar with.
2) Building session, where people work on projects, either individually or in groups. The goal is twofold: to provide a supportive environment for beginners, and to shame those of us who too easily put things off to do something.
3) Informal sharing, discussing, asking and answering of questions, and exchanging ideas, tips, and resources.
The format of the last meeting was of informal sharing, and although very informative and enjoyable I think we need a little more focus to keep the interest level up.
Perhaps we can rotate among different formats.
I encourage you to share your feedback with the entire list, including ideas for other formats.

Club Arduino at the ShipYard

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

ClubArduino, meeting03

Some of us will be gathering at the Shipyard to share and learn from
each other about Arduino related topics. Everyone is welcome.
The Agenda is very loose so if you have any specifics you want to advocate for or want to present to the group, please coordinate with our host, Michael at Michael Shiloh (one word) dot Com.

Sunday, November 22, 4-7pm

Location: The Shipyard, 1010 Murray Street, Berkeley, CA

Q: What is Club Arduino?
A: Club Arduino is an excuse for people to gather and exchange ideas about teaching and learning with the Arduino

Q: What should participants bring?
A: Bring your Arduino projects, documentation, research or proposals. You might also bring other projects that are related to micro-controllers, programming or sensors and actuators.

Q: Who will be there?
A: Mostly people from our loose network of teachers and artists around the Bay Area who have an interest in interactive artworks and systems.

Q: Will there be any snacks?
A: this one is a potluck, so bring what you like if you would like.