Portland’s affection for Internet of Things continues to grow. And there’s no better place to keep tabs on what’s happening than Thing Tuesday, Portland’s monthly IoT meet up. This month is no different, as September 16, Thing Tuesday brings a number of awesome speakers to the stage. Read More
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REMINDER: Into the Internet of Things? Well, it's Thing Tuesday in Portland, again
Just a quick reminder that it’s Tuesday. You’re welcome. Oh wait. And it’s also one of those special Tuesdays. It’s a Thing Tuesday, where the Portland Internet of Things aficinados gather to discuss and demo and whatnot. And you’re invited. Read More
REMINDER: Thing Tuesday meets this evening. Because it's Tuesday.
Recently launched to great acclaim, Thing Tuesday is bringing together another group of speakers focused on the Internet of Things. And it should be a great event. But please note that due to some last minute logistics and conflicts, they’ll be hosting Thing Tuesday at PIE.
This month’s gathering features:
- “Getting a Hardware Startup Funded – A Crash Course on Options” – Joe Heitzeberg – Seattle Entrepreneur
- “Prototyping In Portland – Where to go to get things done” – Don Park
- “Electronics For Products – Things To Keep In Mind” – Zac Wheeler
The event begins around 7PM tonight, Tuesday, March 26.
To RSVP, visit Thing Tuesday on Meetup. For more information on the gathering, visit Thing Tuesday.
(Robots image courtesy Shutterstock. Used with permission.)
Not exactly the Portland hardware renaissance for which we were hoping
Portland has always boasted a diverse group of hackers in town—hardware hackers among them. And with the growing interest, affordability, and accessibility to hardware, I’m convinced that we’re poised to see hardware go through a bit of a renaissance. Read More
If you're not with the things, you're against the things: Join Thing Tuesday and work with the Internet of Things
The “Internet of Things“—the idea that objects can interact with the Internet—is a term bandied about with increasing frequency. But for somewhere as geeky as Portland, there hasn’t been a collective presence of folks to muck with the concept. Until now. Read More