Come join us once a month to share and learn about the craft of software development, at the CT Hackerspace. We are a group of developers, programmers, hackers, creators and inventors committed to learning new coding skills, and furthering our software projects.
CT Hackerspace hosts Waterbury Area Gaming Society! The Waterbury Area Gaming Society is dedicated to the promotion and appreciation of gaming in all its forms. We look to provide a place for people to meet and have fun, and to share new games with each other. Gaming runs from 1:00 until everyone wants to leave! Anyone is free to come and play from any of the games we’ve brought, or bring your own to share with us. All ages are welcome – gamers under 18 please bring a parent.
Our first hosting will be on January 22nd at 1pm-10pm
I admit it, I’ve left my garage door open all night… a few times. Doing so leaves all of my precious spare parts exposed for the taking! And maybe more importantly, provides access to the inside of my house…. not a good situation. I’ve been thinking about making some sort of indicator (inside the main house) for when the garage door is open. This would alert the home owner (me) that the garage is open.
After thinking about it for a while, I believe I came up with the simplest way to do this….
Some Graphics Cards for desktop PCs require a lot of juice to work, sometimes even more than the PSU Power Supply can output. And if you decide to run dual monitors with dual Graphic Cards, then one Power Supply may not be enough. There are a few options to elevate this situation. Purchasing a new hefty PSU would result in a tidy but expensive solution. A more DIY-friendly and significantly less-expensive solution is to add a second PSU (which you probably have kicking around) and delicate the 2nd PSU to your Graphic Card(s).
There is one tricky part to doing this, the PC motherboard controls when the PSU turns on and off. This post will go over how to automatically turn on/off the 2nd PSU with the PC.
Wed, 12/21/2016 – 6:00pm to ???
We’re still messy from our recent upgrade in process, but that won’t stop us for an evening of fun. Come celebrate the holidays at CT Hackerspace Wednesday December 21st from 6:00 PM – ?
EVERYONE IS WELCOME to ATTEND
I am happy to announce our efforts in creating the Nation of Makers.
President , Co-founder : CT Hackerspace
Transition team : Nation of Makers
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Nation of Makers
More than 300 organizations come together to launch Nation of Makers
New non-profit organization will ensure that more Americans have access to the spaces, communities, and tools that enable them to make things, not just consume things.
Halloween is right around the corner and we all have to get our holiday related projects finished.
So what better way than to have a micro hack-a-thon to get that final push in?
Previously known as “State of the Space”,
this is our annual get together to celebrate the CT Hackerspace community.
Enjoy the day, bring some food / drink to share.