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Workshop Saturday, 12 / 15, 2018 2PM
Meetup Link : https://www.meetup.com/CT-Hackerspace/events/256791115
IPN is a systematic, continuous process of analyzing the threat and environment in a specific area. It is designed to support estimates and decision making.
Applying the IPN process helps you selectively apply and maximize your capabilities at critical points in time and space.
This free course will provide an introduction to the IPN process, and how it applies to individuals and small groups or voluntary associations.
Join us to learn more about Electric Vehicles designed for the Power Racing Series. League races take place across the USA at Maker Faires from Spring until Fall. Presentation will be happening during CT Hackerspace Open Space on December 5th.
Meetup Link: https://www.meetup.com/CT-Hackerspace/events/256583175
The frame and mechanical components are complete, Lets take the next steps to get this bad boy running tonight!
The build is underway as we continue the next steps on building the new open source CNC during Wednesday Night Open Space 11/21.
Basic Grid-Down/Down-Grid Communications, Communications Monitoring, and Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Class
January 6th, 2019, 0800-1800 EST
at CT Hackerspace
Cost for this class is $100. Please enroll via our storefront at https://squareup.com/store/sparks31/.
Active CT Hackerspace Members – FREE
Take the leap from being a consumer of the World Wide Web to a Contributor! After the last workshop where we created a basic web page using basic HTML, we continue on how to create a web page to get you on your way.
After an official unboxing night and a series of built nights during Wednesday Night Open House, we’re ready to get into our 1st weekend Build Day!
Join in the the CT Hackerspace community to continue out exciting build of our community Maslow CNC on Sunday November 18th.
Scaling Up with CircuitPython Workshop Thursday, November 15, 2018
Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the hobbyist community. It is easy to learn and has strong community support. It is used for a variety of tasks from AI to server administration and now even to run microcontrollers.
From a recent meeting at CT Hackerspace, there is a request for a Keurig to keep our Makers Caffeinated. If anyone has one they can donate, our members will appreciated it.