[python-uk] Build Something- London Python Project Nights

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Fri Sep 23 11:32:57 EDT 2016

I might add that there shouldn't be any need to burn your hands. Most of
the connections can be made in plugboards. I might or moght not have a
soldering iron available if you REALLY want to burn your hands!

I plan to have at least a couple of Raspberry Pis, a WiPy and a micro:bit,
all of which can be persuaded to run Python, so you shouldn't need any
deeper programming knowledge than that.

At the level we'll be dealing with there isn't a lot of complexity to the
electronics, but it's nice to even get an LED to toggle on and off in
response to Python commands.

See you Wednesday evening!


Steve Holden

On Fri, Sep 23, 2016 at 4:22 PM, S Walker <walker_s at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:

> (cross posted from the build something mailing list in case anyone here
> is interested)
> Good morning,
> The next Build Something will be next Wednesday- sorry for the late
> notice, just giving people a little time to recover from PyconUK!
> RSVP at:
> https://www.meetup.com/London-Python-Project-Nights/events/234327502/
> It's the SW1 Broadway, not the East London (or any other) one.
> With many thanks to BMLL Technologies Ltd, and Steve Holden, for
> agreeing to provide a place for us to meet.
> As a side note, Steve has said that he'll have a bunch of hardware (of
> the burning-your-fingers-with-solder variety) there for anyone
> interested in playing with that. If you're not sure how to get started
> or worried that all you'll be able to produce is magic smoke, he has
> also quite graciously said that he is willing to provide an introduction.
> So, if you want to get a quick introduction to some electronics, or work
> on an existing (or new) project, please come along!
> Thanks,
> S
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