This is a follow on from post from Hacking the Butler, which described an entry for the Singapore IoT Hackathon that I helped with. That post described the prototype we produced, this post will talk about what I learned from the experience.
My first hackathon was in April. It was fantastic experience. We came up with a cool product (1st Runner up!) and I also got to learn a lot, not just technical skills but also about how to approach product development and working in a technical team. I’m going to write two posts about the hackathon. […]
I spent Saturday and Sunday at Singapore’s Hour of Code demonstrating the BeerBot to kiddiwinks, parents and passers by. It was at Singapore Science Centre and was organised by the same team that runs the Singapore Mini Maker Faire. It was a lot of fun and I got some great ideas from some of my […]
I was invited to a 1920s themed party a little while ago and instantly felt that the theme demanded the construction of an electronic exploding zeppelin costume.