Another Chip Hack, two day introduction to FPGA programming, is being
held over the weekend of 24th and 25th May at Makespace in Cambridge.
Tickets went on sale yesterday, which includes lunch on both days, and
are only £5 thanks to sponsorship from Embecosm.
Over half went in the space of a few hours, so if you would like to
take part I wouldn't hang about!
For more info, workshop materials, and photos and videos from last
year's Chip Hack, see:
The BCS OSSG are hosting an event next Monday which may be of interest
to some folks:
"Learn how to develop and deploy an Android app using Qt or gain
insight into why targeting Android makes good business sense!
On March 10, hosted by the BCS Open Source Specialist Group, KDAB's
BogDan Vatra, the man who ported Qt for use with Android, will be
coming to London as part of a 3-City tour. He will conduct a three
hour workshop Free to Qt enthusiasts. Not just a simple how-to, this
session will include insightful discussions on why things are the way
they are, how the internals of Qt on Android work and how Qt itself is
deployed on Android devices."