September 21, 2013
Yes. It is important to give back to the community, share your knowledge, only register for events you are attending, and speak in English. If I missed any main points or expectations for community members, please let me know!
Maybe! It depends on the topic. I actually do not have much in programming and web development, but I have a strong background in mechanical engineering and tech entrepreneurship. So I can talk about that aspect of things if other members are interested.
As a user, I am proficient with most operating systems, though I am somewhat of a newbie when it comes to Linux commands. I have limited programming experience, but I do know MATLAB and some python.
My background is in mechanical engineering and tech entrepreneurship, but I always wanted to gain more experience in computer science and programming. I am hoping that by joining this group, I can both contribute what I know and improve my skills. Also, I love hackerspaces. :)
I only learned about CITEC today. Howver, I was very interested after reading more about it online. I was a part of an ethical hackerspace community in Boston also, and contributed to starting one in Colombo while travelling in Sri Lanka. I am hoping to get to know the CITEC community.
Hi, my name is Amber. I studied mechE and then became a tech entrepreneur and instructor with the MIT Global Startup Labs program in Sri Lanka. I am visiting Bangkok through October and am interested in ethical hackerspaces. Hope to meet you soon!