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Hobart TasLUG Meeting: Thursday 21 February

The holiday season is well a truly behind us and it is now time for the first Hobart TasLUG meeting of the year. This month’s meeting will feature two talks:


Scott Bragg

LoRaWAN IoT - The hardware components you can add to your microcontrollers to join TheThingsNetwork (TTN), how LoRaWAN works and collecting data from your devices.

Ian Stevenson

Simple backups for home servers and workstations.


The venue for this month will be Enterprize Hobart:

When:
Thursday 21 February 2019 - 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start
Where:
Enterprize - Hobart
5th floor, Hobart City Council Building
24 Davey Street (map)

Note: the doors inside the foyer will be locked, so you will need to use the intercom to let us know to buzz you in. However, if you arrive after 6:30pm, then we’ll leave a note with a phone number to call as the intercom isn’t near where the talks will be.

Enterprize provide a selection of alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks and coffee pods for the appropriate donation, as well as free instant coffee and tea. So come at 6:00pm, get a drink, and have a bit of a mingle before the talks start at 6:30pm. We will also be heading out to find somewhere to eat afterwards for those interested.

I would like to to extend a big thank you to Enterprize for generously allowing us to use their space to hold regular meetings.

Hobart TasLUG Meeting: Thursday 20 September

It is an odd month so that must mean it is a talk month at Hobart TasLUG. At the meeting this month we will be having another two talks:


Julius Roberts

Using GitLabCI to build better software.

Peter Billam

Talking about some random-distribution generators in Lua and PostScript, some Markov Chains, some first steps in torch - and then an unorthodox Guitar-Tablature.


The venue for this month will be Enterprize Hobart:

When:
Thursday 20 September 2018 - 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start
Where:
Enterprize - Hobart
5th floor, Hobart City Council Building
24 Davey Street (map)

Note: the doors inside the foyer will be locked, so you will need to use the intercom to let us know to buzz you in. However, if you arrive after 6:30pm, then we’ll leave a note with a phone number to call as the intercom isn’t near where the talks will be.

Enterprize provide a selection of alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks and coffee pods for the appropriate donation, as well as free instant coffee and tea. So come at 6:00pm, get a drink, and have a bit of a mingle before the talks start at 6:30pm. We will also be heading out to find somewhere to eat afterwards for those interested.

I would like to to extend a big thank you to Enterprize for generously allowing us to use their space to hold regular meetings.

Hobart TasLUG Meeting: Thursday 19 July

Talks at Hobart TasLUG are back! At the meeting this month we will be having two short talks:


Tim Serong

Talking about how he got a Raspberry Pi to talk to his solar PV inverter to monitory its electricity generation.

Chris Barnard

Talking about his participation in the TasNetwork emPOWERing You Trial.


By happy coincidence both of these talks about electricity related topics will be held at our new venue: Enterprize - which just happens to be located in the old Hydro Electrical Commission building.

When:
Thursday 19 July, 2018 - 6:00pm for a 6:30pm start
Where:
Enterprize - Hobart
5th floor, Hobart City Council Building
24 Davey Street (map)

Note: the doors inside the foyer will be locked, so you will need to use the intercom to let us know to buzz you in. However, if you arrive after 6:30pm, then we’ll leave a note with a phone number to call as the intercom isn’t near where the talks will be.

Enterprize provide a selection of alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks and coffee pods for the appropriate donation, as well as free instant coffee and tea. So come at 6:00pm, get a drink, and have a bit of a mingle before the talks start at 6:30pm. We will also be heading out to find somewhere to eat afterwards for those interested.

I would like to to extend a big thank you to Enterprize for generously allowing us to use their space to hold regular meetings into the future.