Training will be determined by the needs of the user group meetings.
Members of our group offer mentoring, though we might find some kind of trade system (skill-share, beers, travel-cost...). We need to be able to provide a mentor during sessions to help those who have difficulty getting off the ground - without tying the mentors up too much. Beginners will help each other and when progress will take over some part of the training.
Please add your name or update the page
|Name||Electronic Skills||Programming Skills||Platform||Prepared to mentor|
|Bradley Wood||Basic||Intermediate||Arduino UNO, Pro Mini, et al, MacOSX||Yes|
|Mentar||Analogue-basic, Digital-medium||Arduino, C, C++, S4A||Arduino, AVR, PIC||Yes|
|Paul Maidment||Basic||Advanced (Software Engineer)||ATMega328 and dev boards. Linux/Raspberry Pi||Yes|
|Robert||Basic||Basic C||Arduino UNO|
|TheHypnotist||Analogue-basic, Digital-medium||C mostly now||os/Linux ARM/Atmega328/MSP430||Yes|
|Ulisses||Basic||Advanced (C like)|
|Shane||Basic||basic C,||Will try|
|TimS||Basic||C, Make||ATMega326 (AVR)||Yes|
|Riccardo||Basic||Arduino, Programming, Basic C,||Arduino||Can try|
|brendan||Basic||Very basic||Arduino||Can try|
|Dave||KISS digital, copy analogue||Good C, C++;||Arduino, AVR||Sure|