IEEE – I finished up the April issue of The Analog and got it sent out to our email distribution list yesterday. It contains a list of the meeting and events that will be coming up in the next month. If you live in Central Texas and are interested in Tech, you. may find one of our meetings of interest. All of the technical meetings are open to the public.
If you do not receive the newsletter directly, you can read it on-line here. There are also instruction on how to request to be added to the mailing list.
I finished editing the March issue of the Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog, earlier this week and posted it. Among other items, it contains a list of both IEEE and non-IEEE events that will be held over the next 45 days. All of the IEEE technical events are open to the public.
If you live in Central Texas and are interested in technology, join us at one of the meetings.
I finally wrapped up the February issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter and published it. If you live in Central Texas and are interested in Tech, you will find many meetings mentioned that you may be interested in.
All of our technical meetings are open to the public, so please join us. Take advantage of the technical discussion and add new members to your personal network.
I was running a little behind this month from our trip, but finally completed the IEEE Central Texas Section December newsletter, The Analog, and got it posted. You can read it here.
As always, the technical meetings sponsored by the various Chapters are open to all interested parties. If you are in the Central Texas area and are interested in technology, you might want to visit one of the scheduled meetings.
I finished compiling the November issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog this morning and posted it to the Section web site.
The newsletter lists IEEE meetings in the Central Texas area, as we all as a few non-IEEE meetings that may be of interest to engineers. All of the IEEE meetings are open to the public.
The latest issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog has been posted to the web.
Included in the newsletter are meeting announcements of the various IEEE Technical Society Chapters in Central Texas (Austin to San Antonio) as well as some other events of interest. All of these meetings are open to any interested parties.
I finished the September issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter, The Analog, and it can now be read on-line. Check out the activities for the coming month.
I finished editing the July issue of the IEEE Central Texas Section newsletter this morning. It is posted to the Section web site and it can be read on-line now.
The newsletter contains a list of events scheduled for the month of July in the Austin/San Antonio area that may be of interest to the engineer or technologist. All IEEE meetings are open to the public.
I finished up the March issue of The Analog, the monthly newsletter of the Central Texas Section of IEEE. It has been posted on the Section web site and can be viewed here.
The news letter gives the schedule of IEEE and some other technical meetings in the Central Texas area for the coming month. If you are interested in technology and live in the area you might want to take a look. If you decide you want to get on the mailing list, the instructions are at the top just under the blue banner.
Lamppost Coffee is a local, neighborhood coffee shop. Located a 1205 Round Rock Ave Ste 129 (Lake Creek Dr), Round Rock, TX across the street from Round Rock High School, Lamppost Coffee has been open since December of 2014. I had been in a few months ago to
pick up a to-go cup of coffee. This morning, since I was out of my supply of coffee beans to grind, I decided to give Lamppost a try.
In addition to coffee drinks, they serve breakfast items which was perfect for my 0700 visit. Conveniently it opens at 6AM weekdays and 7AM weekends. It stays open till 9PM except for Friday and Saturday when it is open until 10PM.
This morning I tried one of their bacon, cheese and onion omelettes and while it was simple, it was good. So was their untained (i.e. black) medium roast coffee. The atmosphere was casual with several tables for dining and sofas for more relaxed chatting with friends. The price was reasonable at about $14 including breakfast, coffee and tip. An added benefit was the ability to use Apple Pay through my Apple Watch.
I am glad that I stopped in and plan to go back occasionally. I would recommend it for coffee or a quick, simple breakfast if you are on the west side of Round Rock.
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