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Hack Night

There seemed to be a lot of interest at the last Meetup in having a night where we can all hack on projects together. To facilitate the event, I've created a form for you to submit your project(s) for other people's consideration. As I described on the form description, this does not have to be a project you started or maintain. If you want to hack on it, submit it!

The running list of projects that have been submitted will be viewable on this spreadsheet. If you're interested in a project, make sure you have your laptop set up to hack on that project with the person.

Currently the location is not nailed down but I'm expecting to be able to reserve space at the Central Madison Public Library.

For now I'm going to limit the meetup to 20 people in the event we have to host it at Bendyworks.

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    I recently backed the Kickstarter project to build a Micro Python (3) microcontroller:

    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/214379695/micro-python-python-for-microcontrollers/posts/664040

    It will be some time (March 2014) for that project to complete, current estimate, but it looks like a great Python-CPU to have a Hack Night around.

    Damien George, the project leader, seems to be a very knowledgable guy AND very good at explaining Python and how it will work on the ARM micro he is building, as you can see from his project posts on the Kickstarter site (above) with code for Mandelbrot Set, Conway's Life and discussion/comparison of DECORATORS and the code they generate (size / speed - and exactly how the results are obtained).

    November 17, 2013

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