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I'm new to the Arduino platform and am enjoying the process of coming up the learning curve.  It'd be great to meet-up with others in the ATL who are working on the Arduino platform.

Give a shout if you're interested in getting together to talk techie sometime!

Valalvax

Holy crap, a group that's located in my general area! (Even if it consists of one guy :/)

I live about 40 miles north of Atl, not sure if it would be feasible to meet up very often at all, maybe once a month though

pwillard

I'm interested as well.

Valalvax


I'm interested as well.


Where do you live Pwillard? BigBen never responded to my PM

pwillard

I work in Alpharetta and live a few exits north of that.

NXTECH

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Feb 16, 2011, 08:26 pm Last Edit: Feb 16, 2011, 08:52 pm by NXTECH Reason: 1
And another one...I live in Sugar Hill and work in Norcross.

Im free this Saturday if anyone wants to meet and put faces to our names and talk electronics stuff.




pwillard

Of course... reading this now.


Here is a recommendation.  (that accommodates Sugar Hill, I think)

There is a Starbucks on 141 near 400 and The Avenues that has a lot of SPACE... as a where we could meet.  Like maybe NEXT Saturday.

Valalvax

Oops, didn't see it either... but I was in Charlotte, NC last Saturday anyway

Valalvax

I'm not sure if I'd like to meet up next week, kind of worn out on traveling places (yes, even an hour 30 minutes away) spending 9 hours in a car over the weekend does that to you, plus I seem to be getting sick... *cough up phlegm*

KKop

Arduino beginner in Alpharetta here.  Interested in any meetups around here.  Cumming Starbucks sounds good.

Let me know, and I'll be there.

abrookfield

Sure wish there was geeks this side of town (Marietta)
www.reeftopper.com

Anyone here interested in building me an Arduino project for pay?  It is the SMS send project.

Pls advise.

Thanks,
Guy

newmediaguynyc@yahoo.com

@abrookfield
I'm in marietta, just starting a pretty intense project looking to get tips and tricks of the trade. If you're still around shoot me back at defenderofgoodthings@gmail.com

sbright33

I'm in Atlanta if anyone needs help on a project...
Skype?
Steve
If you fall... I'll be there for you!
-Floor

Skype Brighteyes3333
(262) 696-9619

mrburnette

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May 02, 2012, 01:27 am Last Edit: May 02, 2012, 01:37 am by mrburnette Reason: 1
Retired (I'm here, my job is in India... downsized and off-shore) and live in Lawrenceville.
I have worked with microprocessors, 6502/6800/8080, long, long time ago.  Worked with BASIC Stamp back in late 1990's.  Have been working with PICAXE for a couple of years and now with Arduino a couple of months.


- Ray
burne(dot)ray(at)Gmail(dot)com

RayBurne on Instructables
mrburnette on this site and PICAXE site in UK
Latest complete project: http://www.picaxeforum.co.uk/entry.php?74-Battery-power-for-projects-inexpensively
Currently porting this to Android: http://www.instructables.com/id/Morse-Code-Magic-An-Algorithm/

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