“Ask an engineer chat” 10pm ET tonight 10-24-2009!
Tonight is our weekly “Ask an engineer chat” 10pm ET. We are back from a non-stop 72 hour trip to San Francisco, CA and back for the 2009 EFF Pioneer awards. We’re exhausted, but we’ll be answering all of your engineering questions and more tonight! We have some photos from the event here, thank you to everyone who attended this wonderful event and fundraiser for the EFF!
For old schoolers, you can use IRC, you’ll need a Ustream log/pass, check out the Ustream IRC how-tos here and here
We are #adafruit-industries6796 on IRC server chat1.ustream.tv
There will be a trivia question at the end of the night as always!
Lastly, if anyone can save a log we’d appreciate it
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