Don’t knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change once in a while. -Kin Hubbard
Join us for a multi-disciplinary, multi-generational project to design, build, and deploy a weather station at the AIC. The station will gather weather data and make it available on the web. In the first 4-week session, participants will complete project launch tasks. Tasks will include specifying requirements, defining the hardware and software architecture, and initial prototyping. Meeting at the AIC on Sunday afternoons and on Zoom Thursday evenings, students will learn:
This class is suited for all ages (Middle School and up). No special skills or experience needed. Registration closes Fri, Sep 24 at 5pm!
Minimum Number of Students: 3
Maximum Number of Students: 10
Session 1: Sundays at the AIC, beginning Sep 26th, 3-4:30pm (Sep 26th, Oct 3rd, Oct 10th and Oct 17th) AND Thursdays on Zoom, beginning Sep 30th, 7-8:30pm (Sep 30th, Oct 7th, Oct 14th and Oct 21st)
Instructor: Mariano Fernandez is a Software Engineer at Simplisafe, Inc. in Boston. He has 30 years of industry experience and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Brown University.