Presented by:

Robotics teacher

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As a self-taught/amateur programmer, I was able to use open source programs to start building the versatile and accessible music workstation I’ve long dreamed of. The fact that I have been able to get this project functional to any degree is a great credit to the FLO (Free/Libre/Open Source) community. In the process I’ve learned about many of the benefits and learning curves of FLO hardware and software. I primarily use Python, Open-Stage-Control, Sooperlooper, Ardour, Puredata and the Kxstudio repositories, and have iterated an extra portable version of the project on raspberry pi. I will share the some of the lessons I have gained in the process: such as how I was able to receive AND share knowledge with Linux users both new and experienced alike in my relatively short lifetime as a programmer. Based on my own experiences, I’ve learned much about bridging the gap between those people already familiar with Linux/FLO technology, and those who aren’t familiar... yet - and I would encourage others to do the same!

Date:
2019 November 15 - 14:45
Duration:
20 min
Room:
Room 1
Conference:
seagl2019
Language:
Track:
Something Different!
Difficulty:
Easy

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    Room:
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