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JustinShortLinux: Creating a bootable Live USB key4 likes
JustinShortLinux: Gnome 3 Desktop and common apps4 likes
JustinAnyLinux: common commandline tools and tricks5 likes
JustinShortDecorative Chainmaille with jumprings4 likes
JustinShortMaking Jewellery with wirewrap, common techniques6 likes
TimShortHow to use an Oscilloscope9 likes
JustinShortOrigami workshop - the original make7 likes
Tim4 hoursBread Baking4 likes
TimAnyHow to bake things, You choose what3 likes
TimShortHow to maintain your bike2 likes
EmyrShortIntroduction to Amateur Radio4 likes
Emyrweekly sessions + ExamAmateur Radio (Foundation course)18 likes
GerritShortDIYBio: Grow your own yeast (and learn basic lab technique)6 likes
GerritShortDIYBio: Build your own photospectrometer7 likes
GerritTwo short sessions two weeks apartDIYBio: Grow your own artificial leather10 likes
Dr TimShortWhen Analogue meets Digital10 likes
TomShortTypesetting with LaTeX2 likes
TomShortBeamer: Presentations with LaTeX3 likes

Laser Cutter specific topics

Laser Cutter Induction11 likes
Engraving Illuminated Signs7 likes
Rubber Stamp Making7 likes
Designing Acrylic Project Boxes7 likes
Customised Festive Decorations3 likes
Filigree and Fretwork in Card4 likes
Laser Cut Stencil making4 likes


Ubuntu for Beginners4 likes
Textiles/Wearables Workshop6 likes
FPGAs for beginners4 likes

Oldies but goodies

Previous workshops that you would like to see again.

3D Design in OpenSCAD3 likes
2D Design in Inkscape5 likes
Arduino for Beginners3 likes
AVR Bootloader Thing for Beginners3 likes
ESP8266 Wifi board5 likes
3D Printer Induction Course7 likes
CNC Mill Induction Course10 likes
Using 'git' version control7 likes


1 Amateur Radio course and exam will give you a foundation licence that would allow you to enjoy the amateur radio hobby, and use transmitters up to 5W in power on the amateur radio bands. The hobby is diverse, it covers simple voice communications, the use of repeaters on land and in space, low power digital modes, and the quaint and old fashioned Morse code which is still very popular today for low power world wide communication. Follow the link to the RSGB website to learn more. [[http://rsgb.org/main/get-started-in-amateur-radio/]]

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