This semesters final meet will be a field trip to UMSL. We will meeting to carpool at 6:15pm SHARP in the CS LAB to go to the 7pm presentation on cyber security by expert Hal Berger. Berger has received the ACM Outstanding Lecturer of the year four times as well as both the ACM Outstanding Contribution and Distinguished Service awards. We all know that finals are next week, but this is an opportunity to hear a distinguished CS person speak and to meet members of other regional ACM chapters.
At this weeks meetup I will be presenting my prototype of a lamp that changes color based upon the current weather report. Bring your thinking caps because we will be looking at some code in the Processing language as well as the Arduino microcontroller platform. All code presented is my personal work and is open source under the BSD license. I hope this will be an interesting introduction to the powerful features of the processing language and the infinite hackability of the arduino microcontroller platform.
Thanks for reading,
Chaos reigns within.
Reflect, repent, and reboot.
Order shall return.
~Suzie Wagner, 1998, honorable mention in the Haiku Error Messages 21st Challenge
Here is the input file that will be used for judging.
Remember that all submissions are due Wednesday, Feb 29 at 4:30pm via email to email@example.com. Good luck to all contestants, and may the best code win!