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Technology and Automation (TAC)

Technology & Automation

     The Technology and Automation Committee (TAC) performs numerous functions in the chapter.  TAC hosts some of the following activities:

  • Host regular technical and professional workshops for BDPA members.
  • Hands on training with emerging technologies.
  • Technical networking between members to help solve your personal and professional projects.
  • Applying technical knowledge in the community by donating IT services to schools and non-profit organizations to facilitate technical concerns such as:
  1.         Design and construction of LAN networks.
  2.         Troubleshooting and construction of computer labs.
  3.         Network administration.
  4.         Designing software and troubleshooting software systems.
  • Hosting community technical expos.
  • Technical speakers for schools and events.

TAC is responsible for automating the business management processes and activities for the Detroit Chapter.  TAC also works with the WEB Team in managing, maintaining, and promoting the Detroit Chapter website.  The website allows our chapter to communicate with members and the community electronically. .  This committee provides a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience with emerging technologies, office automation, e-business technologies and web design.


 


 


 
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BDPA Detroit TAC Meeting-Open Source and Homebrew Gaming Night

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BDPA Detroit TAC Meeting June 2015

Open Source and Homebrew Gaming Night

 

 Tux gaming

 

Are you interested in building your own video game, but have no idea where to start or meet up with other gamers?  Then the next BDPA TAC meeting is for you.

 

June 16, 2015

7PM to 9PM

@ Tech Town

440 Burroughs St, Detroit, MI 48202

 

There will be a talk on simple game development and what free, open source, and low cost tools and resources are available, followed by an hour of playing open source, homebrew, &  hacked games.  This is a great opportunity for those of us who build indie games in our free time to exchange ideas and see what other people are working on. It's also an excellent time just to kick back with other people in the Metro Detroit area and play a few games you've never heard of.

 

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TAC meeting on October 7, 2014

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TAC meeting on October 7, 2014 at Techtown at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

 

 

Topic: Low cost computing using the Raspberry PI and other single board computing platforms. Overview of the growing low cost computing environment and demo of basic configuration of the Raspberry PI and Arduino for home and business projects.

 

Raspberry Pi

What is a Raspberry Pi? The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It is a capable little computer which can be used in electronics projects, and for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games.

 

 

 

Black Family Technology Awareness Week Events of the Past

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Pictures from Past Black Family Technology Awareness Week Events


BFTAW 2007 at WCCCD

BFTAW 2008 at Davis VoTech Center


BFTAW 2002 St. Paul church






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