March 2020 Virtual Meeting

By | 20/03/2020

So after the official meeting got cancelled because of the famous virus outbreak, we now have a rescheduled virtual meeting at 8pm on Tuesday 24th March. The topic will be the “Folding at Home” effort regarding the COVID-19 virus and general used of the related software. Meeting link: https://meet.autotrain.org/brumlug

March 2020 Meeting

By | 09/03/2020

The next meeting is on the 17th March at the Bull. We may not be able to use the back room this time since most unusually somebody has actually booked it (we have now pre-emptively booked the following few months just in case), so we may be sat in the main bar or the smaller… Read More »

February 2020 Meeting

By | 12/02/2020

The next meeting will be on 18th February 2020 at the Bull, 7.30pm as normal. We are still lacking a speaker for this months meeting, so if nobody steps forward, the evening will be a social event + show and tell for all your latest ideas.

January 2020 Meeting

By | 20/01/2020

Sorry for the slightly late notice, holidays and illness have gotten in the way. For the 21st Jan 2020 meeting Tim Williams will be talking through a model making exercise which includes the use of 3D printing and a BBC Micro:Bit to make a small diorama of a Welsh slate quarry tip. See https://www.my-place.org.uk/mymodels/tegid-tip/ for… Read More »

October 2019 Meeting

By | 09/10/2019

After an (ahem) unscheduled interregnum due to PyCon UK 2019, normal service at Brum LUG is now resumed! Our next meeting on 15th October 2019 will be (as usual) at The Bull. This month Joeg Hahn will be giving a talk on PCB design, all welcome!

Meeting – 16th July 2019

By | 11/07/2019

Hello everybody! Contrary to the rumours that The Bull might be closing due to the lack of a licensee, we now gather that a replacement for the retiring Landlady, Rose has now been found and that the pub is expected to stay open (phew!). So I’m am pleased to announce that Nick Morrot will be… Read More »

Meeting – 18th June 2019

By | 10/06/2019

For the June meeting, Stephen Welch will be giving a talk entitled “Infrastructure as code”. “A quick run through manually creating some resources in AWS and then using Terraform code to do same without touching the console. Hopefully I will be able demonstrate triggering build automatically through a Jenkins pipeline by checking code into a… Read More »