Let’s ask Jeff!! - Jeff Cote is a systems design engineer, avid boater, entrepreneur, the author of the monthly column "Tech Talk" in Pacific Yachting Magazine and a regular yacht club and Power Squadron presenter. His company, Pacific Yacht Systems Inc., provides boaters with easy to use, reliable solutions for marine electrical and electronics. Jeff’s presentations are designed for beginners, tech-savvy, and DIY experts alike. Satori II, Jeff's Catalina 36MkI sailboat, is moored on the Sunshine Coast. His favourite cruising grounds are Barkley Sound and the Broughton Archipelago.
Jeff takes a look at the three basic marine electrical scenarios, on shore-power, at anchor, or motoring. How do the batteries charge and what appliances can you run. Discover how much battery capacity you have and how to monitor it on a regular basis. Jeff will look at some tips and tricks to saving energy such as LED lights and turning your inverter off when you aren't using it. He will also look at how adding solar can give you an extra 2 - 3 days at anchor.
Congratulations to these 3 amazing women for making the @forbes list for “The World’s Top 50 Women in Tech” 🙌🏅
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#EventTalk: The final list of shortlisted Teams for Wittyhacks 2.0 is out. Out of 200 Team entries, final 30 Teams are shortlisted. Check out whether your team is on the list or not!
Congratulations to all the qualified teams.
Wittyhacks, The 36 hours marathon hackathon event to be hosted at WittyFeed Headquarters in Indore on the weekend of 18th Jan 2019.
Check out this issue’s Team Talk with Gary Rosen of @pliant_technologies, discussing managing wireless communications needs for sporting events 🗣
Read the full article in Issue 03 of @mondostadia online now🗞
I am announcing our next @meetup for January 31st, 2109! We will be having a Tech Talk on Power Management Tools for Linux! Our Speaker is Alexandra Collins! We are excited to have her with us! We will be hosted by @alchemycodelab and our doors open at 6:30pm with the Talk starting at 7:30! Question and Social after the presentation! Bio and Tech Talk summary later this week!
Interested in ☁️ cloud services? Check out our convo on #aws with a couple of aws developers and Meetup organizer's in the latest episode of our roundtable series.
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Today I was able to collaborate with this amazing group of educators to finalize our presentation on developing a PLN on social media. I ❤️ that PHM Schools invests in helping to train teachers on #edtech topics to further our impact. Our Tech Talks help teach skills and allow others to share their knowledge. #INeLearn#TechTalk#NeverStopLearning#PLN#phmexcellence
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"HOW DO I MAKE MY MIX SOUND BETTER"? Is a question we get a lot. There are many variables but the first thing to always check out is your source. Making sure the quality of your source is the best it can be before you even worry about mixing it. Drums tuned, good mic technique, the right microphone(s), levels from instruments and so-on. The better it sounds before you introduce it to the console the easier it'll be to mix it and control it. Also, don't be afraid to get involved with your musicians and singers. Recommend things to make them sound even better across the mix. Running the @digico.official sd10 from an iPad so I can work face to face with the band and singers.
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In an ideal world you'll have a sound check with plenty of time to set a good gain structure. In some cases you'll have to be ready and anticipate the worst. Always be on your toes and ready to move when the signal hits.
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What's a pet-peeve for you in audio? What PUSHES YOUR BUTTONS? Mine is when someone asks me to change something in their mix...... 😜JK! I do dislike it when you have everything set and perfect, as perfect as it can be, and then you're bright with a change a minute before showtime. "Hey, Dan, can we move the drums to the right side of the stage?" Luckily that's never really happened but you know what I mean....