Open Hardware Summit 2016: morning sessions

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Video recordings of Session 1 and Session 2 of Open Hardware Summit 2016 in Portland:

Programming is Forgetting

Allison Parrish

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[seek to 45 min]

 

“Embedis” dictionary server for embedded systems

Tom Moxon and David Turnbull

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[seek to 1 hr 18 min]

 

OpenMV: From Hack-A-Day Fail of the Week to Success

Kwabena Agyeman

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[seek to 1 hr 32 min]

 

Open vs. Collaborative: Lessons from Linux and Google

Jason Krinder

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[seek to 1 hr 49 min]

 

Caroline Sinders

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[seek to 2 hr 38 min]

 

Free/Libre/Open Source Marketing

Harris Kenny

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[Part 1: seek to 2 hr 52 min of Session 1]

[Part 2: start of Session 2]

 

Open Source Hardware at Intel: Moving the Mountain

Tracey Erway

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[seek to 0 hr 7 min]

 

Designing an ecosystem to drive an open source hardware project

Shigeru Kobayashi and Genta Kondo

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[seek to 0 hr 21 min]

 

Bilal Ghalib

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[seek to 0 hr 40 min]

 

Open Source Hardware Medical Instrumentation

Ashwin Whitchurch

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[seek to 0 hr 59 min]

 

What’s up with My Grandma? Open Hardware and Motor Function

Justyna Ausareny

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[seek to 1 hr 23 min]  note: the talk is truncated

 

Gallery of slides from the above talks:

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Related post:

Open Hardware Summit 2016: afternoon sessions

Open Hardware Summit 2016: morning sessions

Certification For Open Source Hardware Announced

Today at the Open Hardware Summit in Portland, Alicia Gibb and Michael Weinberg of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) launched the Open Source Hardware Certification program. It’s live, and you can certify your own hardware as Open Hardware right now. What Is Open Source Hardware? Open Source Hardware can’t be defined without first discussing […]

via Certification For Open Source Hardware Announced — Hackaday

Certification For Open Source Hardware Announced

Portland Science Hack Day begins tonight

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Portland Science Hack Day at XOXO Outpost kicks off tonight after the Open Hardware Summit!  Opening Lightning Talks start at 7:15 pm:

Here are my slides on Open Source Hardware and Science [PDF]:

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Slides are also shared on SlideShare

Portland Science Hack Day begins tonight

#BringAHack to OSH Park tomorrow

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Please join us tomorrow night on Open Hardware Summit eve for a delightful mix of #BringAHack and open house!

When: Thursday, October 6th. 6 PM to Midnight.

Where: 311 B Ave, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Refreshments will be served. No problem if you won’t be able to bring a “hack”. There will still be plenty of interesting things to experience!

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Uber From Crystal Ballroom (Downtown Portland):

uber-ride

Public Transit From Crystal Ballroom (Downtown Portland):

pdx-bus

 

#BringAHack to OSH Park tomorrow

Hackaday in Portland this Week for Open Hardware Summit

We’ve been trying fit in a tour of the Pacific Northwest for a couple of years now. This week is a perfect excuse. Hackaday is proud to sponsor the Open Hardware Summit which will be held in Portland this Friday! Hackaday believes in the free and open sharing of information and ideas. Open Hardware has…

via Hackaday in Portland this Week for Open Hardware Summit — Hackaday

Hackaday in Portland this Week for Open Hardware Summit

Pre-Summit #BringAHack at OSH Park

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Please join us on Open Hardware Summit eve for a delightful mix of #BringAHack and open house!

When: Thursday, October 6th. 6 PM to Midnight.

Where: 311 B Ave, Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Refreshments will be served. No problem if you won’t be able to bring a “hack”. There will still be plenty of interesting things to experience!

IMG_20160908_111632.jpg

Uber From Crystal Ballroom (Downtown Portland):

uber-ride

Public Transit From Crystal Ballroom (Downtown Portland):

pdx-bus

 

Pre-Summit #BringAHack at OSH Park

Fish Food Lure for MinnowBoard

The MinnowBoard is an Open Source Hardware single board computer with 64-bit Intel Atom processor.  Jose Navarro created this “lure” board to simply connecting the MinnowBoard to a breadboard:

Fish Food Lure

Fish Food Lure, breadboard adapter for the MinnowBoard MAX / Turbot compatible boards (because you feed bread to fish). Enables fast prototyping on a breadboard, connects to the MinnowBoard using a ribbon cable.

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jnavarro has shared the board on OSH Park:

Fish Food Lure for MinnowBoard

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Order from OSH Park

Fish Food Lure for MinnowBoard