Category Archives: Open evening

3D Printer Reprep Code Improvement

On Saturday 5th of October from 2pm-6pm TOG is holding a 3D Printer Arduino code improvement day. 3D printers are all the rage at the moment. However they are not without their faults and some of the budget, hobbiest models could do with an improvement or two. The aim of the afternoon will be to […]

Open-Source Night – June

The next open-source night will take place on Wednesday, June 19th. This is a hands-on event where people are actively encouraged to participate. Please bring a laptop! 6:30 – Doors open 7:00 – Talk: How to contribute to OpenStreetMap, by Rory McCann 7:25 – Lightning talks: A chance to introduce the open-source project you’ll be […]

Open-Source Night #2

The second open-source night will take place on Wednesday, March 20th, with a couple of tweaks. 6:30 – Doors open 7:00 – Talk: Introduction to open-source licences, Mark McLoughlin 7:15 – Talk: Contributing to Django, Julie Pichon 7:30 – Project super-lightning talks: Introduce the project you’ll be working on for the evening in 2 to […]

Hack Across Europe in Dublin

At the last Lockpicking Night (12th February) we had a special visitor to the space. Darren Kitchen is hacking his way around Europe, and last week he was in Dublin. He stopped by the space and filmed a segment of this Hak5 episode from our humble little brown leather sofa. We’d like to take this […]

Engineers Week: Night of Ideas

TOG will host a night of inspiring talks. Each speaker will only have 15 minutes to convey to you their passion and enthusiasm on a given subject, idea or project. With six talks on the night you will be introduced to a diverse range of subjects. Date: Thursday 28th February Time: Doors from 18.30, Talks 19.15 Location: TOG Cost: Free […]

ILUG AGM & Talks

  The Irish Linux User Group (ILUG) will have their AGM  in TOG on Sunday 24th from 3pm.  The format of the event will be a number of interesting talks followed by a short AGM. The event is open to anyone and free. And for those who are new to or completely inexperienced in Linux: Be not afraid! The event […]