All the work is nigh!
The LexMesh Project 19.01 is almost up! We have hardware setup, we are scouting locations for additional nodes, and we're double checking configurations before we deploy publically. Given the recent issues with Internet freedoms, I wanted to take a shot at starting a local mesh network for community organizing. We're currently using the Bluegrass Developers Guild Slack for working through the initial stages of the project. Feel free to join the conversation.
The TECX conference developer day is currently scheduled for the 19th of September, 2019, at the Lexington Downtown Library. I'll also be hosting the 24 hour hackathon at Awesome Inc. Friday and Saturday in additon to maybe one talk on those days.
I have started to distance myself from the Data for Democracy project due to many reasons, but I still plan to contribute to the code of ethics that initially attracted me and other contributors to this project. I'll post updates here and on the about page once final shifts on this project have been made.
As always, all of my work professionally and academically is kept as open-source as possible. To find my papers, blogs, classes, and other projects, check out my GitHub.
I'm very passionate about helping the people around me (even if I'm not the most social or vocal about it). :) I currently organize the Bluegrass Developers Guild in Kentucky. Please join us on Slack (request access through the Guild website) and attend our monthly Open Code sessions! I also organize and sponsor the LexPy Python Group and the Bluegrass Data Science Group. There are monthly meetups for topics related to data science, Python, R, blockchains, GIS, and much more! Please join us via the links above where I will be posting the latest events. We're also always looking for speakers. :)
Geography for Hackers
Introduction to GIS
Introduction to Python
Introduction to R
Web Cartography and Geovisualizations
Data Analysis with Python
Geostatistics with R
A Primer for Critical Thinking
Introduction to Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies
Introduction to Radio Wave and Antenna Theory
Introduction to Cellular Communications
Software Defined Radio
Introduction to GNU Radio