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ASK NAO is Aldebaran Robotics' program to develop applications to help autistic children using the NAO robot. On the project's forums Aldebaran Robotics staff, teachers, parents, caregivers and developers collaborate to produce applications that can be used to help autistic children.
Last year Robbie and I attended the Bastille day festival in Reading. This year we'll back back with reinforcements! Carl Clement with Byron and Mike McFarlane with Mistcalf will also be joining us.
Carl, Byron, Robbie and I were in Reading recently for an interview and photoshoot with the local newspaper (for the record its Dr. Snowdon, not Mr. Snowden and Robbie not Robby)
One of the issues with callback based programming is the need to
coordinate mutable state among multiple callback handlers. Clojure's
core.async provides a way to write code in a more sequential style that
helps make the interaction between multiple events clearer. This talk
will briefly describe Communicating Sequential Processes (the
theoretical foundation on which core.async and other languages such as
go and occam are based) before giving an overview of core.async itself.
This year my NAO robot was invited to celebrate Bastille Day in Reading. Four Frenchmen – Boubacar Dembélé, Eric Leray, Vincent Valère and Frédéric Kayrouz – were organising a Bastille Day event in Reading and, since NAO is made by the French company Aldebaran Robotics they asked if I could bring NAO along for a demo.