If you have any interest in developing on or for RISC OS – at any level, from absolute beginner to seasoned programmer – there’s another meeting this Saturday (4th March) with you in mind.
Billed as a fireside chat, it’s the latest in a series of meetings with the aim of covering a wide range of topics and programming languages, and catering to every level of ability.
This time, the main topic will be how to interface RISC OS with an external device in order to switch LED lights on and off. That may seem to the untrained eye like a particularly advanced topic, but it should serve as an introduction to a number of basic principles, such as using the RISC OS application programmer interface (API) from different languages.
The meeting will take place from 7:30pm online, using the Zoom video conferencing system. If you’ve attended any of the previous meetings, the details should be the same, but if you haven’t you can obtain them by sending a direct message to Andrew McCarthy on Twitter or Mastodon – or indeed from your RISC OS computer using ChatCube – or by sending an email to me here in the RISCOSitory bunker.
Please be aware, though, that any emails sent this way on Saturday may not get a reply until close to the meeting’s start time!