After putting out to list of full members there was a great response on getting a fabfun set-up to buy some useful machinery for space.
On the initial list of things to buy are:
Home Made CNC http://www.cncroutersource.com/homemade-cnc-router.html
Anything else people come up with Comments below on what you think.
Sometimes you simply like to learn something from scratch. Here is your chance.
TOG proudly presents PHP for Beginners.
In 5 weeks we will cover the basics of PHP development. The classes are 2 and a half hours long. We’re keeping the class size small, with 6 participants. The course costs €30 for non-members and is free for TOG members. Participants must be at least 18 years old.
Sorry the class is fully booked. Would you like to get a note for the next class? Cool, send us a message via the form!
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There’s going to be an OpenStreetMap mapping party (What is OpenStreetMap? What’s a mapping party?) on Saturday and Sunday 6th/7th February 2010, based in TOG.
On Saturday 6th, there’s a related event, re:public, that’s having a talk on OpenStreetMap workshop and talks as part of their broader event. (slightly more info)
On Sunday 7th, there’ll be a proper mapping party, starting off in TOG at 12noon, and then mapping the local area.
All are welcome to attend.
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Saturday, 12th of September, 6.30pm.
There is a host of talks taking place as part of the Data Event 37.0, a talk about TOG will be one of them. The event is hosted by the Irish Museum of Contemporary Art ( imoca ) Lad Lane (Off Baggot Street), Dublin 2 ( map ) . Other presenters inculed Nora O’Murchu, Emma Wade and Brian Solon.Its set to be a jam packed night with some great talks and people. There is also a Arduino workshop taking place early that day.