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Tuesday
Nov 21
JavaScript and the Internet of Things Meetup - Interacting with IoT through React Native and Bluetooth LE
eBay

New Location!

We're now at eBay!

Agenda

6:30 Arrive and Networking

6:45 Show and Tell

What have you been working on since the last meetup? Come and share what you've done. No project too small. A blinking LED is awesome!

7:15 Interacting with IoT through React Native and Bluetooth LE - Michael Kirschbaum

Speaker Bio: I'm a React/Node dev and data scientist currently focusing on IoT products. When not coding, I enjoy playing music and drawing.

8:00 Networking

Community Links

Join the conversation in the JS IoT Slack Channel (https://jsot-slack.herokuapp.com/)!

Contribute to the JSoT Glossary (https://github.com/lyzadanger/JSoT)!

Attendees, sponsors and speakers agree to abide by the code of conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/).

A huge thanks to eBay for the venue and providing food!

The eBay logo is a trademark of eBay Inc. Used with permission.

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Sunday
Nov 30, 2008
Making Noise with the Arduino
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

As a part of the ongoing Arduino Cult Induction workshop series, this month we will be focusing on sound.

In particular Don will be going over creating sound using the Arduino's built in Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) and Direct Digital Synthesis using resistive ladders. We will investigate using the Piezo element as both a simple speaker and an input trigger. We will review the Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) from a hardware and software perspective, and look at a couple of useful integrated circuits (the lm324 and the lm368).

The workshop will cost $25 and participants will recieve a complete midi interface board for the dorkboard/arduino and a piezo element which will be used to create a midi drum trigger. Participants will also take with them parts for an r2r ladder, an op amp and an audio amp capable of driving small speakers or headphones.

Participants should leave the workshop with a better understanding of how micro-controllers such as the Arduino can be used to create and control sound, they should have built at least one working musical controller and they should have the foundations for several sound related projects.

Please bring your dorkboard, rbba, or other arduino compatible board, a soldering iron or breadboard, and a laptop. The workshop will be held at PNCA (NW 12th and Johnson) in room 205 from 1-5pm on Sunday, November 30.

To reserve a space you can paypal the workshop fee to [email protected] and you can feel free to email that address with any questions.

The Arduino Cult Induction series of workshops are Sponsored by Tempus Dictum, Inc . in support of DorkbotPDX. (graphic by Jason Plumb )

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Sunday
Feb 22, 2009
DorkbotPDX Focused Workshop: Breadboard a Sanguino
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

PNCA, Room 205 $25 to cult-at-tempusdictum.com

As previously announced this months focused workshop is about prototyping and it is intended to go with a second focused workshop on fabrication (in may). We will go over breadboarding, point to point wiring, breakout boards and a variety of techniques to get your projects prototyped. In the process we will build a "Sanguino" on a breadboard, add the core to our arduino environment, and program it. Then we will look at the next step of putting it on a protoboard. For more information on the "Sanguino" you can look at http://www.sanguino.cc this project was created by the reprap folk who needed more I/O for their projects. I will also be presenting as an example a small (as in tiny) project that I will be doing using breakout boards to make prototyping possible.

The workshop as always will be $25 and participants will walk away with a breadboard and all components necessary to build a bare bones "Sanguino" during the workshop. It will also include other items including a a protoboard and socket to move the design to something more permanent.

It is my hope that in between this months focused workshop and the fabrication workshop people can collectively look at how the hardware design can be improved on (see: similar designs such as laday ada's FuzeBox ( http://www.adafruit.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=133 ), and the pre-arduino Number 6 board ( http://six.media.mit.edu:8080/6/direction/get-your-board-ready/numberSixStuffed.jpg/view ).

In the fabrication workshop (31May09) we will lay out and etch a board based on this work. Additionally I will follow up the prototyping example from this months workshop by sending the design to be fabricated.

I am sorry that I wasn't able to get this finalized sooner but the extra cult induction kept me busy. Both inductions sessions went extremely well so I think it was worth it..

As usual you can RSVP by paypalling cult /at/ tempusdictum.com

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Monday
Feb 1, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Monday
Feb 15, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Monday
Mar 1, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Monday
Mar 15, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Monday
Mar 29, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Monday
Apr 12, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Monday
Apr 26, 2010
DorkbotPDX Meeting
Backspace

Come join us for an evening of socializing, talking about odd hacks and poking around with other people toys. Bring things for show and tell if you like, or just bring a willingness to share your interests. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

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Thursday
Mar 10, 2011
Arduino Meetup
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

We'll be:

⁃ Showing off Arduino-based projects we've finished
⁃ Coding & working on current projects
⁃ Helping debug each others' software and hardware
⁃ Explaining the basics: volts, amps, resistance, breadboards, etc.

Suggestions:

⁃ Order an Arduino Uno if you don't already have one. 
⁃ Buy some basic components if you don't have them yet. More info on the website.

Questions? http://www.reddit.com/r/Portland/comments/fvyu0/arduino_meetup_310_at_the_lucky_lab_on_hawthorne/

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Thursday
Apr 7, 2011
Arduino Meetup
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

We'll be:

⁃ Showing off Arduino-based projects we're working on
⁃ Coding & working on our own things
⁃ Helping debug others' projects
⁃ Explaining the basics and helping people get started: volts, amps, resistance, breadboards, etc.

Suggestions:

⁃ Order an Arduino Uno if you don't already have one. 
⁃ Buy some basic components if you don't have them yet. More info on the website.
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Sunday
May 1, 2011
Dorkbot Workshop -- Arduino Cult Induction
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

FEE: $35

Please join us on the last Sunday of the month for one or more of these opportunities to learn. This may change somewhat given schedule conflicts withe PNCA which has graciously hosted these classes for the last 3 years. I will be at the open lab Sunday and would like to discuss what could be done to make the workshops and workshop schedule better serve the community.

The PNCA workshops are at the Pacific Nortwest College of Art (1241 NW Johnson St.) from 1-5 in the afternoon, usually in room 205.

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Sunday
Jul 31, 2011
Dorkbot Workshop -- Arduino Cult Induction
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA)

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for 20-30 people to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard", A complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Tempus Dictum and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

-A laptop -A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type) -A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B) -A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers) -$35

You will get

-A duce usb to serial programmer -A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit -An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting -Help when you need it -To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I rsvp? Via paypal -- Select the session on the TDI Products page: (http://tempusdictum.com/tdproducts.html)

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Sunday
Oct 30, 2011
Dorkbot Workshop -- Arduino Cult Induction
ADX

During this quarter's induction we are going to try something different.

We are going to build a complete arduino compatible board made entirely of through hole components. Called the TAD (for Through hole Arduino compatible Design) The board uses the same footprint as the arduino but does not require any surface mount components. This workshop will be lite on lecture and heavy on putting the thing together so be prepared to solder.

What: This is a an opportunity for 13 people to build their own TAD , A complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices has put together a kit which takes the surface mount out of the arduino. This seminar is to walk you through putting yours together and programming it

Where: ADX -- SE 11th between Oak and Stark

When: Sunday October 30, 2011 from 1 to 5pm

You Bring:

  • A laptop

  • A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)

  • A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)

  • A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get:

  • An Arduino that you built yourself.

  • A very brief introduction to the Arduino

  • Help when you need it

  • To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I RSVP?

The workshop costs $40 including all kit parts (plus $5 room use fee for ADX).

Via paypal -- Select the session on the TDI Products page: (http://tempusdictum.com/tdproducts.html)

-- or --

At the preceding dorkbot-pdx meeting (make checks out to "tempus dictum, inc");

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Sunday
Nov 6, 2011
Dorkbot Workshop -- Arduino Cult Induction
Free Geek

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for 20-30 people to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard", A complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

-A laptop

-A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)

-A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)

-A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get

-A duce usb to serial programmer

-A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit

-An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting

-Help when you need it

-To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I rsvp?

Via paypal -- Select the session on the TDI Products page: http://tempusdictum.com/tdproducts.html

Website
Saturday
Jan 28, 2012
Arduino Cult Induction
Free Geek

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for 20-30 people to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard", A complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

  • A laptop
  • A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)
  • A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)
  • A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get

  • A duce usb to serial programmer
  • A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit
  • An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting
  • Help when you need it
  • To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I rsvp?

Via paypal: http://suspectdevices.com/workshops.html

Website
Saturday
May 19, 2012
Arduino Cult Induction
Free Geek

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for 20-30 people to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard", A complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

  • A laptop
  • A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)
  • A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)
  • A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get

  • A duce usb to serial programmer
  • A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit
  • An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting
  • Help when you need it
  • To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I rsvp?

Via paypal: http://suspectdevices.com/workshops.html

Website
Sunday
Jul 29, 2012
Women's Arduino Cult Induction
Free Geek

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for women lead by women to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard" - a complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

  • A laptop
  • A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)
  • A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)
  • A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get

  • A usb to serial programmer
  • A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit
  • An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting
  • Help when you need it
  • To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I rsvp?

Via paypal: http://suspectdevices.com/blahg/workshops/

Website
Saturday
Nov 10, 2012
Arduino Cult Induction
Free Geek

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for 20-30 people to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard", a complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

  • A laptop
  • A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)
  • A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)
  • A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get

  • An Eisenhower USB to serial programmer
  • A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit
  • An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting
  • Help when you need it
  • To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I RSVP?

Via PayPal: http://suspectdevices.com/workshops

Website
Saturday
Feb 9, 2013
Arduino Cult Induction
Free Geek

FEE: $35

This is a an opportunity for 20-30 people to build their own arduino compatible "Dorkboard", a complete microprocessor based development environment which is very popular with artists and other creative people. Suspect Devices and DorkbotPDX have put together a kit and a programmer as a local resource at a very low cost. This seminar is to walk you through putting one together and programming it.

You Bring

  • A laptop
  • A soldering iron (20-30W Pencil type)
  • A standard (not mini) usb cable (A->B)
  • A pair of dikes (wire cutters/nippers)

You will get

  • A Duce USB to serial programmer
  • A Dorkboard! (an Arduino clone) Kit
  • An introduction to the Arduino and microcontrollers in an artists setting
  • Help when you need it
  • To know that what you built worked at least once

How do I RSVP?

Via PayPal: http://suspectdevices.com/workshops

Website
Tuesday
Feb 19, 2013
Internet of Things Meetup - Thing Tuesday
Cloudability

We decided to create our own open meetup to discuss and learn about the Internet of Things. We encourage the curious, the hackers the entrepreneurs and the executives who are engaging in this area to come join us to listen to talks, share in conversation and networking. Each session we will have talks, "show and tells "and space to hack and network with others. Modelled on two phenomenally influential and successful groups, Mobile Monday and the catalytic Silicon Valley Homebrew Computer Club, we hope that we too can enable fun and exploration with this new technology area.

Website
Monday
Jul 29, 2013
Dorkbot PDX meeting
Backspace

Part hackathon, part geek social, these biweekly meetings are a time for you to come join others for insight, inspiration or just insanity. Bring your toys for others to see, or come see what others have been painstakingly chipping away at in their spare time. Whether it's code or chips, hacking of all sorts is encouraged. But we also like to hear your crazy ideas, so please come join us and bring your willingness to share your brilliance. We'll be the kids with all the coolest stuff on the table. Hope to see you there.

Website
Saturday
Aug 10, 2013
BPOW!!! Battery Powered Orchestra Workshop
through CymaSpace

Encompassing two days of workshops, performances and culminating in a DIY public jam session, BPOW!!! wants to show Portland that even the simplest circuit configurations can bring forth unprecedented levels of ROCK.

Tickets and details are here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/travisfeldman/bpow-battery-powered-orchestra-workshop

Website here: www.bpow.org https://www.facebook.com/batterypoweredorchestraworkshop

Hope you can make it! :)

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Tuesday
Nov 5, 2013
Robots and Robotic Development
Modern Edge, Inc., 2114 Southeast 9th Avenue, Portland, OR

A tour of robots around the world. We can also touch on the major areas of Ai and discuss what the group wants to focus on. Until we have underwriting, we are asking for donations of $5 per meeting. Depending on the venue and turn-out, non-alcoholic drinks will be provided.

Website
Wednesday
Feb 26, 2014
PSU Physics Society Presents "All about Arduinos"
Portland State University Physics Electronics Lab

Join the PSU Physics society for talks and demos about micro controllers, arduino and other embedded devices like the raspberry pi. This event is aimed serve as an introduction to arduino, so come on by and learn how to get started! If you are already an expert, bring some projects to demo and inspire.

If you have your own hardware, bring it! If you don't we have a number of arduinos you can get your hands on.

Free Pizza and Soda!

Presentations by:

  • Bret Comnes (Slides)
  • Justin Dunlap
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Friday
Sep 15
JavaScript and the Internet of Things Meetup - PDX Maker Week: That Maker Show-case
eBay

In addition to our meetup this month we're participating in the PDX Maker Week.

Every year makers from all over Portland open their doors for workshops, talks, open houses and more! This year That Maker Show is participating with an event - That Maker Show-case! It will feature a talk by thingsSDK Core Contributor Craig Dennis and co-host of That Maker Show and an extended Show and Tell showing all the projects from the show and some up-coming ones too! Bring your projects too!

Agenda


6:00 Arrive and Networking

6:30 Talk: Breaking Down the Barriers to the Maker Movement - Craig Dennis 

7:00-8:00 Show and Tell / Networking


Bring your own projects or see a wide range of projects and maker bits and bobs from the show

Community Links

Join the conversation in the JS IoT Slack Channel

Contribute to the JSoT Glossary!

Attendees, sponsors and speakers agree to abide by the code of conduct.

A huge thanks to eBay for the venue!

Website
Tuesday
Sep 19
JavaScript and the Internet of Things Meetup - Hack Amazon Dash Buttons with Node.js
eBay

New Location!

We're now at eBay! 

Agenda 

6:30 Arrive and Networking

6:45 Show and Tell

What have you been working on since the last meetup? Come and share what you've done. No project too small. A blinking LED is awesome! 

7:15 Hack Amazon Dash Buttons with Node.js - Andrew Chalkley

Amazon Dash buttons are used to reorder common items on Amazon. But what if you could use these buttons to do anything!? Learn how to use Node.js to sniff out button presses on an Amazon Dash button and use it to invoke any action!

Andrew Chalkley is a Full Stack Software Architect at eBay, co-host of That Maker Show and project lead of thingsSDK. He also helps organize the JavaScript and Internet of Things Meetup!

8:00 Networking

Community Links

Join the conversation in the JS IoT Slack Channel

Contribute to the JSoT Glossary!

Attendees, sponsors and speakers agree to abide by the code of conduct.

A huge thanks to eBay for the venue and providing food!

The eBay logo is a trademark of eBay Inc. Used with permission.

Website