#OpenExpoDay is gone, and you’ll have to wait until next year to enjoy it again.
On the meantime, you can see what this year’s OpenExpo Day was about.
Jorge Combalia is our pixel-perfect obsessed Visual and UX Designer. It’s been five months now since he joined our team.
What’s this biiday project about? Get your Arduino to call you whenever the temperature rises!
In this case, we’re going to make our Arduino board call a phone based on the temperature value obtained from the 10-DOF IMU Breakout module, and then remotely control it with the keypad.
We like having at your disposal all types of libraries and today we’re bringing BITSCAN, a new C++ 64bit library that our co-founder Pablo San Segundo built.
BITSCAN is optimized for fast bitscanning operations.
How does it operate? It manages bit strings and collects the bits in strings of 64 bits .
BITSCAN library has been used successfully to implement BBMC (bit board maximum clique), an efficient state of the art maximum clique algorithm.
For those of you already arriving in Madrid on Friday and can’t wait to get your hands on code, we are going to host a CPython Hackathon at our office. We are excited to have the amazing James Powell over for a workshop and some great insights on Python.
The duration will be approximately 3 hours with an open format, in which you can ask for help, make comments and have a beer whenever you want to. The Hackaton will take place in our offices and doesn’t cost you a thing. Get your laptops and connect with others for fun, coding and networking.