build it!: The mc1322x project + Free GOOD Beer + Free Pizza

  • September 30, 2010 · 6:00 PM
  • Jobspring

This meetup will be a little different. As promised, we wanted to have a build it session for hardware hackers (with plenty of fun demo's and hands-on-stuff). In this presentation, we will talk about the mc1322x project. Mariano Alvira will: * Go over the history and motivation of the mc1322x project.  * Provide a summary of community projects and available hardware.  * Give an introduction to mc1322x-tests. * Give kickbutt demonstrations and cool gizmos to show and tell.  Afterwards, we will have a small discussion about potential security risks and then continue drinking at a bar. Mariano is the Chief Engineer of Redwire, LLC, a prototyping and consultancy firm based in Boston, MA. His main hobbies and interests are _not_ disassembling Freescale libraries (although that was kind of fun), but actually include: machining, welding, circuits, and anything else related to the fabrication of things. He holds a B.S and M.Eng degrees from MIT in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

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  • Shirley Márquez D.

    Pizza and beer? And solid technical content? Can't beat that with a stick!

    October 1, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    The meeting was so good, the only criticism that I can make is the substitution of Ale for Beer. Oh well, youth is wasted on the young. Pizza should always be served with Pilsner. A good Lager is acceptable. If neither of those are available, water is generally preferred to Ale. JK! ;-) It was great! A lot of SMART people in the room!

    October 1, 2010

  • George V.

    It was an interesting night with lots of discussion aNd a little bit of debate. PiZza and beer were great! =)

    October 1, 2010

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