From: Nino
Sent on: Saturday, January 18, 2014 2:20 AM
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.


We'll ask him to do the workshop that gets the most replies.


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