The biggest worldwide online Show and Tell LIVE! Thursday May 14th, 2020 at 5:30pm ET @adafruit @johnedgarpark #showandtell PLEASE SHARE!
We (Adafruit) are mixing things up and running a show and tell after John Park’s Workshop on Thursdays! (video) All are welcome, show your 3D printing project, Arduino project, CircuitPython project, Raspberry Pi project, work bench, your work from home desk set up, your cat, your dog, the things your kids made over the last week while home from school. There is no better time to come together, we’ll see you there! The video on YouTube will be here, and stop by Discord to get the link to join LIVE!
Adafruit has been doing a form of live video “show and tell” for about 10 years or so, every single week. We started with Google Hangouts, and after that was sunsetted by Google, we moved to StreamYard and it’s fantastic. The playlist is from our show and tell from last week. We have some of our team show what they’re up to and anyone around the world can join in and show and share their latest project. We’ve hired about a dozen people from meeting them via our show and tell, we’ve seen kids grow up before our eyes over a decade, we’ll made friends, a community together, we’ve had folks stream from hospital beds to makerspaces to girl scout troops.
Here’s the playlist on YouTube, there are about 400 videos … and check out StreamYard, we have nothing to do with them other than using their service. We stream the show and tell, each week to: YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, Mixer, LinkeIn, and Periscope. The text chat is in our Discord with about 17,000 members: https://discord.gg/adafruit
If you have a company or community (or both!), try it out, and if you make “something”, anything, (everyone does!), stop by and join us any Thurs at 5:30pm ET.
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Have an amazing project to share? The Electronics Show and Tell is every Wednesday at 7pm ET! To join, head over to YouTube and check out the show’s live chat – we’ll post the link there.