at The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Saturday, March 18, 2017
9:00 am –– 5:00 pm
Registration/Flea Market open at 9 am, Talks start at 10: 15 am.
Admission: $12.00 (advance)
$15.00 at Door
Free Parking / Wi-Fi
The 2017 TCFTM is sponsored by The College of New Jersey, its School of Engineering and supported organizations.
The College of New Jersey Hosts
The 42nd ANNUAL ORIGINAL PERSONAL COMPUTER FESTIVAL
Saturday, March 18, 2017 at The College of New Jersey, Ewing NJ
TCF’ 17 TM
NJ Makers Day Partner
Author Barry Burd Speaks on
Functional Programming and
Developing for Bluetooth Beacons
on Windows 10 and
INDOOR FLEA MARKET & VENDOR FAIR
50+ Talks, Workshops, Tutorials,
Demos and Special Events!
Object-Oriented Programming University:
One Day of Short Courses
Microsoft Presentations and Special
Workshop on “Safe Computing”
Tour the Sarnoff Museum of Tech.
DAVID SOLL ON WINDOWS 10
Games, Home Control
and Historic Computers
Ham Cram Session & Exam:
Get an Amateur Radio License in
one day at TCF! Cram begins at 9 am.
Hands-on Arduino Workshop for Beginners
Raspberry Pi Tutorial and Projects
Prof. Raj Rajkumar is the George Westinghouse Professor of Electrical
& Computer Engineering and Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon
University. He directs a number of labs at CMU, including the newly
established University Transportation Center on Technologies for
Safe and Efficient Transportation.
Keynote Speaker: Raj Rajkumar,
Professor of Electrical & Computer
Engineering and Robotics Institute,
Carnegie Mellon University
Featured Speaker: Greg Olsen,
Private Citizen Astronaut & Entrepreneur
“ His Experiences Driving a Tesla with
IEEE/ACM IT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE
Friday March 17, 2017, 8: 30 am — 5:00pm**
and continues as part of TCF’s Saturday Talks.
For Conference Info and Fees see
For additional TCF’ 17 info,
directions and advance tickets:
TCF Saturday Banquet with Door Prizes.
See TCF Web Site to Buy Tickets.
**The IT Pro (Friday) and ISEC Conferences require separate registrations.
IEEE Integrated STEM Education Conference (ISEC)**
Saturday, March 11 – 8:00 am — 5:00 pm
at Friend Center, Princeton University, NJ
Theme: Connecting the Dots