Beginning Tomorrow: 6-Part BeagleBone Webinar Presented by Jason Kridner | @element14 @Jadon @beagleboardorg
The BeagleBone Black and derivatives like PocketBeagle or BeagleBone Green Wireless are still popular development boards, and if you are interested in the platform as a developer, user, or educator, you may learn more about the boards and how to use them in an upcoming BeagleBone webinar series presented by Jason Kridner, the co-founder and board member at BeagleBoard.org Foundation, and element14.
Tomorrow is the ‘introduction’ webinar – followed by more advanced topics in the subsequent weeks, finalizing with a BeagleBone for educators webinar in late July. The multi-webinar’s topics, dates, and times are:
Introduction to BeagleBone – 10th May 2018 @ 11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
BeagleBone for Linux Users – 24th May 2018 @ 11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
BeagleBone for Embedded Developers – 6th June 2018 @ 11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
BeagleBone for Web Developers – 21th June 2018 @ 11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
BeagleBone Blue for Robotics – 12th July 2018 @ 11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
BeagleBone in the Classroom – 26th July 2018 @ 11:00 AM (CDT)/17:00 (GMT)
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