This year’s Midlands Midsummer Mugshow taking place in winter! The Recursion Computer Science Fair will be taking place two weeks from today, on Saturday, 17th February, having moved from the early July date of the last few years. The Fair offers a fun-packed day for anyone interested in computing in any form, with a heavy […]
The Midlands User Group will next get together on Saturday, 20th January. Kicking off at 2:00pm, the meeting will take place at the usual location: The Methodist Church Hall, Greenhill, Blackwell, Bromsgrove, B60 1BL.
Sadly, though, the time shift it has engaged isn’t some kind of time machine. The date has been published for the Recursion Computer Science Fair, 2018 – a multi-platform event with a focus on education that takes place at the King Edward VI School in Stratford-upon-Avon. Despite Recursion not being a RISC OS show, there […]
It’s meeting time in the Midlands this Saturday, 18th November! With this being the Midlands User Group‘s last meeting of this year, those in attendance will be reviewing what looks to have been an exciting year for the operating system, and looking forward to 2018; discussing topics people would like to see covered at meetings, […]
The guest speaker for the next Midlands User Group meeting is to be Rob Sprowson, who will be popping in to talk about all things Elesar Ltd, with its growing range of both hardware and software. Hardware, of course, includes the Titanium motherboard, designed from the outset with RISC OS in mind, while software includes […]
Recursion comes around again! The Midlands User Group normally meets on the third Saturday of odd months, but July is a particularly odd month because this year they’re meeting on the first Saturday instead. It used to be that the group hosted their own RISC OS show in early July, and treated that as their […]
Note: Being in the Midlands is not a compilation prerequisite! The Midlands User Group‘s next meeting takes place from 2:00pm on Saturday, 18th March, and the guest speaker this month will be Chris Hall, who will be showing MUG members how to use RISC OS Open‘s Desktop Development Environment to build their own RISC OS […]
Techwriter and Easiwriter will be the subject of the next Midlands User Group meeting, with John McCartney providing hints, tips and demonstrations of both packages in use. The meeting takes place at 2:00pm on Saturday, 21st January, at: The Methodist Church Hall, Greenhill, Blackwell, Bromsgrove, B60 1BL. There is a small entrance fee payable, which […]
The next meeting of the Midlands User Group – the last one of this year – will feature a hardware repair clinic, covering some common hardware faults that can occur with RISC OS computers, and how to deal with them. The group will also review the exciting RISC OS year, and look forward to the […]
Tom Williamson to present his Pi-based machine to ROUGOL. The guest speaker at this month’s RISC OS User Group of London meeting, which takes place on Monday, 19th September, will be Tom Williamson of Ident Computer – and his subject matter will be the company’s Raspberry Pi-based Micro One computer.