What we're about

The Baltimore Node is a member-run space where people can hack, craft, and make interesting things in a supportive and collaborative environment. The Node follows the Hackerspace model that is flourishing in cities around the world, including New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Berlin, Sydney, and many more. Members receive 24/7 access to the space, which is stocked with shared and donated tools and equipment. In addition to the informal exchange of wisdom and experience that comes from simply working in a shared space, the Node sponsors regular workshops and events on a broad range of topics. http://baltimorenode.org

Upcoming events (4+)

OpenHack

Baltimore Node

Come to share ideas and projects. Find out how to become involved. Get to know cool and interesting people!

For those concerned or not able to join us in person we still have an online presence at https://meet.baltimorenode.org/OpenHack for a virtual evening.

OpenHack

Baltimore Node

Come to share ideas and projects. Find out how to become involved. Get to know cool and interesting people!

For those concerned or not able to join us in person we still have an online presence at https://meet.baltimorenode.org/OpenHack for a virtual evening.

OpenHack

Baltimore Node

Come to share ideas and projects. Find out how to become involved. Get to know cool and interesting people!

For those concerned or not able to join us in person we still have an online presence at https://meet.baltimorenode.org/OpenHack for a virtual evening.

Microcontroller Monday

Baltimore Node

An evening devoted to microcontrollers, embedded systems, electronics, and programming. All skill and interest levels welcome.

Topic: debugging, icsp, and jtag

While my demo will be for C++ on ARM based Atmel chips; if you are working with a different processor and or a different language please bring what you have. The concepts and skills will apply across different architectures.

If you wish to follow along or try for yourself; please bring a laptop with the Arduino 2.1.0 software installed. For those running Windows you can also install the Microchip Studio 7.0 IDE.

For those willing; please also bring a project you are working on.

Past events (601)

OpenHack

Baltimore Node