Developers’ fireside chat – 8th June

If you have any interest in software development on RISC OS, then you’ll be pleased to read that the next occasional ‘friendly fireside chat’ for programmers, and anyone with a related interest or who is thinking about trying their hand at coding, is set to take place on Saturday, 8th June.

These meetings take place on a semi-regular basis, online via the Zoom video conferencing system, and provide a means for people to get together and discuss programming issues that matter to them. For some they are an opportunity to ask questions about something they are trying to do or are struggling with, and for others they are a way to provide the help others need.

In addition to the more general conversational side of things, sometimes participants may be among the first to see how-to videos and similar, which may or may not yet be ready for publishing online, often on the RISC OS Community YouTube channel, and to hear about works in progress that may be much further off.

The meeting will kick off at around 7:30pm, and the log-in credentials for the meeting are unchanged from those held previously – so if you’ve joined one before, you should have everything you need. Otherwise, they are available from a couple of sources:

  • You can contact Andrew McCarthy on Twitter or Mastodon – or indeed from your RISC OS computer using ChatCube.
  • Or you can send an email to me here in the RISCOSitory bunker. Please note, though, that any emails sent to me on the day of the meeting itself will not receive a reply until very close to the meeting’s start time!

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