RISC OS User Group Of London
For the September meeting we are very pleased to see the return of Dr Colin Wright of Denbridge Marine. Colin last visited ROUGOL way back in July 2001, and generated such interesting discussions that the meeting ran on past midnight.
Colin works at Denbridge Marine on the development of radar systems that run on RISC OS and, more recently, Linux. These systems are in use in a wide variety of locations around the world, and he will be demonstrating the use of the system on an Iyonix and may even be able to show a live system.
Due to the safety critical nature of these systems, Colin has a very distinct approach to program development and testing, as can be seen in his coding challenge. For the programmers in the audience, this could be an education.
The usual arrangements
The meeting will benefit from video projection with ROUGOL's video projector, so everyone should have a great view. A wide range of hot and cold food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, will be on sale. Admittance is free and everyone is welcome.
There may well be copies of printed RISC OS magazines such as Archive, Qercus and RISC OS Now at the meeting, if you'd like to take a brief look to see if you'd like to subscribe.
Anyone with wireless enabled handhelds or laptops should be able to access
the internet during the meeting, or (if time allows) use ROUGOL's own RiscPC
to do so after the main presentation has finished. Please speak to
Bryan Hogan if you have problems connecting.
Everyone on the mailing list will be kept informed of these and other ROUGOL initiatives.
For a map of the London Underground, see our London Travel Information pages.
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