Things are going to be quiet here for a few days as I prep for 2 upcoming talks, both which are about aspects of Where is Io. The first of which is this Saturday at the Central PA Open Source Conference, which I’m about 2/3 of the way through creating that presentation. Here is the title slide:
The CPOSC presentation is about Android development, using Where is Io as a roadmap through some of the interesting parts of Android.
The second is coming up a week from today at the Mid Hudson Astronomical Association at SUNY New Paltz. It’s called “Tracking the Movement of the Heavens” and is about the math and astronomy behind Where is Io. There will be a little bit of content sharing between the two, but they’ll be quite different in many ways.
I’m really looking forward to both talks, especially now that I’ve got quite a bit of material and narrative for the first one nailed down, and a decent set of notes for the second one.