Category Archives: Workshops/Events

Tech Week Talks

We are proud to be taking part in the inaugural Tech Week, which hopes to encourage young people to enter technology professions. We will be holding a night of short talks. each speaker is limited to just fifteen minutes  to convey their idea, story or insight on a part of technology.   The event is free for anyone to come […]

Photographic group exhibition opens on the 25th April

  Placed presents work from members of the TOG Dublin Hackerspace photography group. Led by visual artist Sinead McDonald, the course offers an opportunity for creative members of the public to engage with each other on a critical level over the course of 10 weeks, working through concepts and methodology, editing down images, post production, printing / framing […]

Open Street Map Hack Day

TOG is hosting an OpenStreetMap hack day/meet up/barcamp! OSM members will meet up in Dublin and do open street mappy stuff on laptops in TOG. Like an indoor mapping party / hack day / social meet up / barcamp. What is OpenStreetMap? OpenStreetMap is a world wide, open content map. It’s Wikipedia meets Google Maps. […]

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: […]

PHP + MySQL intensive weekend-class

Hey there eager programmers! Interested in learning a new programming language or in freshening up your rusty skills? Here is your chance! A whole weekend of PHP and MySQL fun is awaiting you. When is all the coding happening, you ask? Friday, 14th of Feb – 7.30pm till 10pm Saturday, 15th of Feb – 1.30pm […]

Workshop: Moar LilyPad (Sensors and Actuators edition)

This is the second part of the LilyPad workshops. This one focuses on mastering more involed actuators, and learning to get data from the many sensor components. Basically, you’ll be able to get your project to respond to the world around it. Imho, this is what makes e-textiles and wearables so exciting. Content; This second […]