We got this message from a fellow-hacker:
I'm from Hackerspace Budapest, and plan to visit Brussels around 20-22
January. I've been to a few hackerspaces, and I'm not really comfortable
with just visiting a space like a dumb read-only tourist so I'd be happy
to do a workshop about something I know and some members of yours might
be interested in. What do you think about such a construct? Would 21st
Tuesday be OK, or should it be 20th or 22nd? I can offer these topics:
- Erlang (distributed/reliable apps in functional PL)
- Android (security, appdev without IDEs)
- Ham radio (imaging, digital modes, using Raspberry Pis, cheap SDRs)
I'd recommend choosing one that you're interested in but not masters
enough so I could teach something new. The workshop would be in English.
I've written about this already on IRC, but only got a single reply,
that's why I'm posting it here.
I'll also bring my Proxmark3 with the latest
firmware if anyone's interested in RFID tinkering -- I have a few
commits in the code, so I can also show you around in the internals, if
there's demand for that.
We've decided to do this Wednesday.