This group will be a haven for DIY and Open Source software/hardware enthusiasts to learn new things, make cool projects and share their skills/knowledge.  The only requirement to join the group is the ability to learn new things. Expect classes in  LAMP programming, Arduino, PCB Design (Eagle), lockpicking, beer brewing, soldering, painting, drawing, silkscreening and a whole lot more. We are a hackerspace/makerspace.

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Recent Meetups

  • July 20 · 6:30 PM

    Stamford Open Civic Data Project - Developers Group

    6 Makers and Hackers

    We heard about the promise of open data from the state and the city of Hartford last week. Now its time to start playing around with the data that's out there now, so... Learn more
  • July 8 · 6:30 PM

    Stamford Open Civic Data Project

    7 Makers and Hackers | 5.00

    The League of Women Voters of Stamford, along with the Ferguson Library and Rippowam Labs invites you to attend a Public Forum on Open Data in Stamford. July 8, 6:30-8:... Learn more
  • June 9 · 7:15 PM

    Intro to Photoshop (Tuesday Class)

    2 Makers and Hackers

    Do you have Photoshop and not really understand how to use it? Or would love to use it for crafting, business, school, photos or fun, but don't know the basics or never... Learn more
  • June 2 · 7:00 PM

    Intro to PHP and MySQL

    4 Makers and Hackers

    PHP and MySQL are indispensable open source tools for collecting and saving data in our Web-centric world. Some of you have Arduino-based projects that collect data from... Learn more
  • May 28 · 7:00 PM

    Arduino coding bootcamp

    2 Makers and Hackers

    Students will learn the basic programming constructs: loops, arrays, strings, if-else statements as well as creating/calling functions. This will build off the concepts... Learn more
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