Maker Faire Pittsburgh is coming, and you can get involved! Ryan O'Shea met with organizers from HackPittsburgh, Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, Remake Learning, AlphaLab, and Alloy 26 to find out more about the greatest show and tell on Earth.
ATX Hackerspace 9701 Dessau Rd, Suite #304 Austin, TX
2 Hackers and Makers Went
Come hack on your latest project, show off what you're working on, ask someone for a code or design review, collaborate or pair-program with someone. Talk about design patterns or development methodologies. In short, this is about developing software, for fun or profit (or both!), so if you make software, or are interested in learning more about ma...
Hackerspace Charlotte 1111 D Hawthorne Ln. Charlotte, NC
0 Hackers Went
This event is free and open to the general public! It is a bi-weekly class, tutorial, practice, guided project time dedicated to learning basic programming. Rather than a dedicated class with an agenda, this is more free-form as the members of the group decide what we're building and which features should be added over time and across sessions. As ...
The “wow factor” for DIY usually comes in one of two flavors: “Wow, I would totally use that!” and “Wow, that is CRAZY!” Expert Igor Vichikov, who first caught my attention with his perfect Star Wars BB-8 Christmas Ornament, put together a list of DIY projects that come in both.
South Side Hackerspace: Chicago 1048 W 37th St, Unit 105 Chicago, IL
3 Hackers Attending
Wednesday night meetings are an open house, a brief meeting about hackerspace business, and a general time to meet and chat with members and non-members who felt like dropping by. It's also a pretty good time for members to get certified on equipment.
What is Open Hack night?
The Baltimore Hackerspace Open Hack night is an opportunity. It's an opportunity to show off your newest idea, creation, or prototype, meet people with similar or different skill sets, and an opportunity to have a peer review or brainstorming session done on your idea. It's a great way to get your feet wet in the hackerspac...
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