ORConf is an open source digital design and embedded systems conference, covering areas of electronics from the transistor level up to Linux user space and beyond. Expect presentations and discussion on free and open source IP projects, implementations on FPGA and in silicon, verification, EDA tools, licensing and embedded software, to name a few.
Begun as the annual OpenRISC developers and users conference, it has become a broad open source digital design-oriented event and is supported by FOSSi - the Free and Open Source Silicon Foundation.
Annual conference of the Open Source Hardware User Group, featuring talks and hands-on workshops covering a diverse range of topics related electronics, hardware hacking, open source, tools, techniques and more.
Tickets are £10 per day and this includes a light lunch and refreshments.
Chip Hack provides a gentle introduction to programming FPGAs (programmable chips) and is aimed at complete novices with no prior experience of Hardware Description Languages (HDLs) or FPGAs.
This two day hands-on workshop has previously been run in London and Cambridge, with both selling out within a matter of days of registration opening. In 2017 Chip Hack is being updated to make use of the new myStorm low cost FPGA board and open source IceStorm toolchain.
We're excited to be able to announce the programme for Wuthering Bytes 2017 and once again we are fortunate to have a fantastic line-up of participating events!
Cooking up LoRaWAN shields, (my)storms arrive and getting noisy/random!
35mins from Leeds & Manchester