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  • 1. Tinker Ecology.Tinkers around us.
  • 2. Why?● Tinkering is fun!● We are not the only tinkerers/hackers.● Things are better together
  • 3. BCS.BCS - Kent Branch.
  • 4. BCS
  • 5. BCS - What!● "The BCS provides both members and the public with an unrivalled opportunity to keep abreast of current developments in numerous areas of interest."● Meets monthly in school of Computing plus other events.
  • 6. Digibury - Where?
  • 7. Digibury.Digibury - Desson.
  • 8. Digibury - What!● A group of local people interested in technology.● Run by the Deeson (a local web dev shop).● Meets once a month on a Wednesday.
  • 9. Digibury - Where?
  • 10. Create.Create - Fruit Works.
  • 11. Create - What!● By a local start-up for startups.● Softer geekery, targets businesses people.● Hosted in a co-working space in Canterbury.
  • 12. Create - Where?
  • 13. OSHUG.Open Source Hardware User Group.
  • 14. OSHUG.
  • 15. OSHUG - What!A group of people with a sharedinterest in Open Source Hardware,we hold regular meetings in andaround London.
  • 16. @9600 @psd
  • 17. OSHUG - Where?
  • 18. BarCamp.
  • 19. BarCamp.
  • 20. Barcamp - What!BarCamp is an international network of user-generated Free conferences (orunconferences). They are open, participatoryworkshop-events, the content of which isprovided by participants. The first BarCampsfocused on early-stage web applications, andwere related to open sourcetechnologies, socialprotocols, and open data formats.
  • 21. Barcamp - Where?
  • 22. Hack Spaces.
  • 23. Hack Spaces
  • 24. Hack Spaces - What?Hackerspaces can be viewed as opencommunity labs incorporating elementsof machine shops, workshops and/orstudios where hackers can cometogether to share resources andknowledge to build and make things.
  • 25. Hack Spaces - Where?
  • 26. MakerFaire.
  • 27. MakerFaire.
  • 28. Maker Faire - What?Maker Faire is the premier event for grassrootsinnovation. As the Worlds Largest DIY Festival,this two-day family friendly Faire has somethingfor everyone - a showcase of invention,creativity and resourcefulness and acelebration of the Maker mindset.
  • 29. Maker Faire - Where?
  • 30. Links.● http://www.barcampcanterbury.com/● http://canterbury.hackspace.org.uk/● https://london.hackspace.org.uk/● http://www.icmp.org.uk/● http://oshug.org/● http://www.kent.bcs.org/index.html