We had a really good meeting. We had 15 people in attendance and had some really informative demonstrations and discussions,
- Arduino Development – Gary Melvin has been busy with his Arduinos at work and at home lately. He gave a great discussion on using the Arduino with the LM34 thermal sensor and analog inputs. He demonstrated how he reads temperatures via the serial port, discussed his temperature web server project, then demonstrated reading these collected values using a TCP socket interface.
- Raspberry Pi Demo – Peter Hedlund – demonstrated his new Raspberry Pi and discussed some of the things he’s learned about it during the last month. He also gave a great discussion on a two different Linux distributions for the Raspberry Pi and a few inherent problems with each,
- Linux System Monitoring Tools (Part 2) – Sam Williams – Sam completed his discussion of Linux command line performance monitoring tools
- Linux News – Sam Williams
It was a fun and informative meeting. We all had a great time. Thanks Gary and Peter for your help and demonstrations!