Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at LinuxFest Northwest 2013 on Sunday. The presentation was an overview of how to connect your Raspberry Pi to the outside world using the GPIO.
Raspberry Pi GPIO for the software geek
You can download a PDF of the slides I used for the presentation from the LinuxFest Northwest site:
Raspberry Pi GPIO for the software geek PDF slides
Already looking forward to LinuxFest Northwest 2014!
Keep up to date on our future happens with the events page. The page lists upcoming events that Low Voltage Labs will be attending as well as events we’ve attended in the past.
Thanks to everyone who visited the Low Voltage Labs booth at the Portland Mini Maker Faire.
You can see more photos from the Portland Mini Maker Faire on Flickr or Google Plus.
The Low Voltage Labs booth is all setup for the Portland Mini Maker Faire starting tomorrow.
Hope to see you there.
OMSI is organizing Portland Oregon’s first Mini Maker Faire on September 15-16, 2012. The faire will be located in OMSI’s north parking lot.
Low Voltage Labs will have a booth at the Portland Mini Maker Faire. I will also be speaking Sunday on how to create a printed circuit board using open source software KiCAD. You can see a preview of the same talk I did at the Seattle Mini Maker Faire.
Find out more at OMSIs website:
Date: September 15-16, 2012
Cost: $12 adults, $8 youth (3-13) and seniors (63+)
Located at: OMSI’s north parking lot
Portland Mini Maker Faire is a two-day, family-friendly showcase of creativity and cool technology, and a celebration of the Maker movement. It’s inspiring, stimulating, and fun for all ages.
Maker Faire is a weekend filled with an incredible variety of exhibits, talks, demonstrations, and performances bridging arts, crafts, science and engineering—many of them hands-on and all of them engaging. Maker Faire is a reflection of our community at its very best.
Bring your whole family and enjoy a full day at the inaugural Portland Mini Maker Faire!