Category Archives: News

Tog @ CCC Camp

Every four years, hackers from all over the world gather in Germany for CCC Camp. A 5 day event filled with talks, workshops, art and of course lots of LEDs. It runs from the 21st of August until the 25th. With 5,000 people attending a lot of fun will be had. A group from Ireland […]

Tog @ Dublin Comic Con

DCC is a pop-culture/fandom event ideal as a family day out or a fan nerd out! Covering everything from movies/tv shows to comics, cosplay and gaming! Whether you are coming to find rare collectables, meet some Hollywood actors and local artists, have your portfolio reviews by industry professionals or simply cosplay..we will have something to […]

Makerspace Forming in Swords

Swords is a large town in north county Dublin with over 42,000 people calling it home. A group has come together to get a makerspace off the ground to serve the area. – Swords Makerspace (SMS) To learn more and get involved, head over to their meetup page. They are starting off with weekly coding […]

What’s happening in Tog in May

Wave Hackers experimental music group. Seb’s amazing experimental audio research and performance group, a place for artists, dreamers, geeks, hackers, nerds, outcasts, weirdos, rebels and scientists to experiment and create. Circuit bending, instrument design and creation. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary – learn and share but most importantly enjoy yourself. Hosted by Seb every first […]

TOG @ Coolest Projects

Coolest Projects International is a world-leading showcase for young innovators who make stuff with technology. If you’re up to 18 and you’re making something with technology for fun, to solve a problem, or as a creative outlet, then we want you to come out and share your project with us! This free event will take […]

We feature in HackSpace magazine #18

In this month’s Hackspace magazine our own Jeffrey Roe is interviewed in a profile on our space. You can download all issues for free in pdf format. Check it out on page 29 – 32 https://hackspace.raspberrypi.org/issues/18