Presentation and Pictures from Workshop at MAD

Thanks to everyone who joined us this past weekend at MAD for the Spacebrew workshop. We were happy that everyone was able to get a local server up and running, and that they were able to start connecting apps.  

Here is the presentation that we shared at the meet-up. Please note that the links on the presentation reference webpages that were running on a local server, so they won't work if you try to follow them. Also, most of the information featured in this presentation about running the server is also available at github.com/spacebrew/spacebrew.

After the presentation we've included a few pictures from the workshop. To take a look at all of the pictures, check out the set on flickr.

 

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Spacebrew Goes MAD: March Session

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Thanks to everyone who joined us this weekend for our first workshop at MAD, which doubled as our official March meet-up. We had a great turnout, a couple of hick-ups, some internet issues but in the end we were to connect a whole bunch of sensors, objects and applications together. Here are some pictures from Josh, who came all the way from Seattle to join us for this event. Over the next couple of days we'll upload a few more photos from other participants.

Our next workshop at MAD, and meet-up, is scheduled for May 11th. We'll be following a similar structure, however, we'll switch up the hands-on workshop to feature a different tutorial. We're still figuring out the details, but we'll keep you updated here on our blog, and on twitter - @spacebrewcc.

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