July 14, 2015 | 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm | Halton HiVE, Burlington
Share, learn, talk, demo and network with fellow developers meet up on July 14th at the Halton Hive. This meetup has been built around suggestions and ideas from SH members that code and create software and applications. It's designed for them.
We want developers to see and talk about their homebrew projects. Developers can formally or informally demo the "stuff" they're working on at this meetup. That app you've been developing on the side, in your basement or garage!
Slidedeck here: http://www.slideshare.net/SiliconHalton/silicon-halton-meetup-69-home-brew
- 7:00 - 7:30 : Show up and settle in for a great night!
- 7:30 - 9:00 : Homebrew demos (we're thinking 10 minutes per of about 7-8 demos)
- 9:00 - : Networking, informal homebrew demos, ping-pong, fooseball...
Let Us Know If You Want To Show Off Your Project!
[Updated: July 9]
Here's the Home Brew Projects Lineup (so far).
WebX0X is a drum synthesizer and sequencer built using the Web Audio API. All sound generation is performed entirely in the browser without the use of samples. You can access the app and learn more about this homebrew project.
2) Home Made Drone
Here's a project led by two key community leaders from Silicon Halton's Tech Under 20 team. Yup, they're going to do a flight test! Learn from their experience in sourcing parts, assembling them, working with open source software and more. Pssss...there's more that we'll share but you have to come out to the meetup!
3) Kinetic Resistance Apparatus
Robert Carriere, Founder of Aorte Fitness, recently designed the Kinetic Resistance Apparatus. It is a mechanical fitness device that will potentially become the status quo for the health industry. Robert will show a working mechanical prototype that was a finalist at this years' Pythons Pit Contest. The prototype is in it's late stage R&D, and Robert is looking for advice and wisdom in both finalizing his Patents and getting input on the Mecha/Engineered Components which will soon be added to the Apparatus, for Power restoration assistance.
Pay2Park is disrupting parking for mobile market with a free platform for property management companies and best user experience for drivers to find and pay for parking.
5) ATTiny 85 home brew Arduino projects
A project led by Mike Druiven from Craig Kielburger Secondary School. Mike has created some home brew electronics including a $10 Arduino that high school students can build in class and then take home for further development. Learn more about his Paperduino and the Neopixels and ATTiny 85 Arduino shields projects.
6) Student Job
Led by Charles Javelona, Julio Tain Sueiras and inspired, in part, from recent Silicon Halton Tech Under 20 events (see: TU20 Pitch Yourself Workshop and Pitch Session, Meetup 65: TU20 Developing Talent, Discovering Opportunities and Meetup 56 where it all started!). This application will help students connect with employers looking for part time work and internships.
Join The Discussion
On LinkedIn Silicon Halton members can participate in a pre-event conversation with the other attendees or interested members, in our private Linkedin group - discussion thread. Help make this meetup relevant to you. Within the Discussion thread, click "Follow" to remain abreast of new discussion items as they happen.