Ten BeagleBoard.org® PocketBeagle® Beginner’s Projects Share Getting Started Tips

Want to get started on your own PocketBeagle® project? You can today!  Because BeagleBoard.org® supports both open source hardware and software, we have a large, supportive community sharing projects. A great way to begin your own project is to get started with one that is already in the community. Many students are taking the lead […]

Calling all Students and Mentors: Applications Now Open to Join BeagleBoard.org for GSoC 2019

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Google Summer of Code (GSoc) is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. We are excited that BeagleBoard.org has been again accepted as an open source community to mentor students in projects for the upcoming summer. Students and mentors are invited to join BeagleBoard.org for collaboration on open source […]

Inspiring Students in Slovenia: BeagleBone® Blue Based Micromouse

Maze solving robots are one of the most engaging ways to expose teens to engineering, electronics and coding.  At the University of Ljubljana, the oldest and largest university in Slovenia, high school students are doing exciting work with robotic “mice” based on BeagleBone® Blue. We met up at Embedded World 2019 with Rok Vrabic, researcher and lecturer of Mechatronics […]

Still Seats Available in the PocketBeagle® Workshop Today Embedded World

A few seats are still available for a no-additional-cost Hands-On Coding Workshop with BeagleBoard.org® PocketBeagle® , TODAY – February 27, 2019 from 2:30-5:30pm.  Room: Krakau Register at the conference desk in NCC Ost Join our co-founder, Jason Kridner.  This getting started workshop with PocketBeagle® will cover the basics of coding with open-source Linux based software using online IDE […]

Join BeagleBoard.org at Embedded World 2019

Join BeagleBoard.org at Embedded World Exhibition and Conference, February 26-28, 2019. in Nürnberg, Germany.

Berkeley Students Mentor High School Robotics using BeagleBone® Black

Pioneers in Engineering at UC Berkeley is a student outreach organization passionate that no student should be denied a quality STEM education experience. The university student members promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education through an exciting, mentorship-based robotics competition process. Since 2008, over 700 high school students have been mentored in over 30 […]

BeagleBoard.org® Members Elected to Board of Open Source Hardware Association

BeagleBoard.org® is proud to announce two of our board members have been elected as OSHWA board members!  Both Jason Kridner and Drew Fustini will be joining the 2018-2020 board. The Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) is a non-profit organization that has the objective to “foster technological knowledge and encourage research that is accessible, collaborative and […]

Educator Highlight: Derek Molloy, Teaching with PocketBeagle® and More in New Book

Derek Molloy, announces the inclusion of PocketBeagle® and BeagleBone® Black Wireless into the second edition of the popular book, Exploring BeagleBone®: Tools and Techniques for Building with Embedded Linux 2nd Edition.   He also talks to us about introducing new development platforms into the classroom. (Part 2 of 2 Parts)  Read Part 1 here. We are excited to see […]

Poursteady: From BeagleBone® Maker Project to Global Coffee Equipment Company

Little did Stephan von Muehlen, CEO of Poursteady, know five years ago that helping out two engineering friends at a World MakerFaire demo would be the start of a successful, global, commercial coffee equipment company.  Poursteady, is a unique IoT robotic pour-over coffee machine combining precision motion-control with speed and reliability. After serving over 800 […]

Educator Highlight: Derek Molloy, Embedded Linux YouTube Rock-Star and Author

We caught up with Derek Molloy, Author and Sr Lecturer in the School of Electronic Engineering at Dublin City College to chat about his use of BeagleBoard in the classroom and what inspired him to write a textbook and a series of very popular YouTube videos using them. (Part 1 of 2 Parts)  What was […]