Category Archives: Talk

Engineers Week: An evening of inspiring ideas

Join us for another Evening of Inspiring Ideas as part of Engineers Week.  From 7pm in TOG, we will have six speakers doing their best to inspire you about engineering with short talks.  The event is free for anyone to come along, no need to book. Date: Wednesday  12th February Time: 19.00 Location:  TOG Cost: Free Sign Up: […]

Big Data applied to Intermedia Art

Big Data applied to Intermedia Art : Pierre Jolivet / Pacific 231   TOG Hackerspace and Exchange Dublin are proud to host a talk by French artist / composer Pierre Jolivet on Big Data and Intermedia Art. The event forms part of a week long series of events and a gallery show celebrating our 5th […]

Linux 1. Introduction to the Command Line

Linux is a free open-source operating system invented by Linux Torvalds and developed by a community of developers worldwide. Linux is based on UNIX and has been ported to every platform in use today including PC, Mac, Sparc and ARM and is the base operating system behind Arduino and Android. It is released under the […]

Science Week

TOG will be hosting a night of inspiring talks, on diverse subjects from dolphins to space and everything in between for Science Week. Short snappy talks will cover much science and leave you with plenty to think about the world around us. Each talk will be no longer than fifteen minutes with a break after three […]

Security Saturday

a one day security event, Saturday 16th November. Tickets Available Now. Security Saturday is a one-day event where security experts and hobbyists get together to teach, learn and discuss a myriad of topics related to security. From picking locks to hacking wireless routers and getting started hacking RFID tags. Anyone interested in security as a […]

Data 59.0 Short Talks Hardware Hacking

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2013 - 18:00 to 19:30 Location: Science Gallery Cafe Admission: Free Tickets: pre booking advised We are delighted to be invited to speak at the upcoming Data 59.0 event.  A night full of interesting talks on hardware hacking, hackers and hackerspaces.  Original post from Data continues below.