February Newsletter

February already, where does it go? If you joined us on last week’s meetup at Blaze you’ll have heard I’m treating this year as ‘on the road’ so watch out for different locations for almost every meetup! Don’t worry we’ll keep it to East London mostly. Now for the news.

#attend

Meetups elsewhere

Don’t want to travel to London? No problem! Thames Valley have a meetup on Feb 7th and Milton Keynes on Feb 20th.

Hardware Pioneers (Feb 8th)

Focused on healthcare this event will include talks by Analog Devices, Zuhlke Engineering and Maxim Integrated. More details.

 

#apply

404 London (Feb 10th)

The London edition of this Dublin event is looking for #iot demos. Apply before tomorrow! More details.

Makers with a Mission (Feb 28th)

Apply for free access to the Makerversity resources if you’re working on tech for good. More details.

STARTS Prize 2018 (March 2nd)

Apply to win one of two €20,000 prizes if your project is at the intersection of science, technology and the arts. More details.

 

#reading

The Internet of Things

Written by London-based Mercedes Bunz & Graham Meikle. More details.

 

#backthem

Dries De Roeck is running a little campaign for his ‘Don’t complain, suggest what’s better’stickers.

 

#helpthemout

Smart home research

Martin Kraemer from the University of Oxford is looking for volunteers to participate in 30mn interviews about their daily routines, habits in the home and how they are using smart technology. Get in touch with him at martin.kraemer@cs.ox.ac.uk

 

#jobs

BuffaloGrid are looking for a VP of harware, junior and senior hardware engineers (no ad yet but reach out on their site)

Ding are looking for Software and DevOps engineers. More details.

Cyborg Nest who are moving their manufacturing to the UK are hiring. Get in touch with them or come see them speak at the next meetup!