• Introduction to Web Publishing - 2: After HTML
    Take the leap from being a consumer of the World Wide Web to a Contributor! After the last workshop where we created a basic web page using basic HTML, we continue on how to create a web page to get you on your way. Bring your PC / Laptop to class. The class will start with review our first workshop topics of using basic HTML, then Instructor Joshua Tenner will discuss the use of style sheets to the control look and feel of your pages as well as the power of JavaScript used in many everyday pages. (Future classes will cover these topics in greater detail.) Joshua Tenner is the Senior Web Developer of the Connecticut Dental Health Partnership - Husky Dental Program.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

    $10.00
  • Community Build Day of the Maslow CNC at CT Hackerspace
    After an official unboxing night and a series of built nights during Wednesday Night Open House, we're ready to get into our 1st weekend Build Day! Join in the the CT Hackerspace community to continue out exciting build of our community Maslow CNC. The Maslow CNC is a unique "vertical" CNC router and is notable for its low cost. The unique vertical design mimics a hanging plotter allowing it to have a 4' x 8' cutting area with a footprint 10' wide x 19" deep. Maslow CNC graciously provided CT Hackerspace the official kit to start the project. The CT Hackerspace community, active in hobbyiest CNC ventures, immediately took up a collection for additional materials needed to build out the machine. The community is excited to see the Maslow running in our workshop, side by side with 2 existing DIY CNC builds, along with the Stepcraft Multifunction CNC.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Hacking & Developer Night
    Topics Suggested this month: TBD Your Topics also welcome - this night is for everyone to share. Come join us once a month to share and learn about the craft of software development, at the CT Hackerspace. We are a group of developers, programmers, hackers, creators and inventors committed to learning new coding skills, and furthering our software projects. If you're totally new to programming, we can guide you through the basics and introduce you to a community of other people all working to improve their own skills in a supportive environment. And if you're an experienced developer already, think of this as your chance to get some cool work done, or a chance to pick up a new technical skill!

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Open House Night - PUBLIC WELCOME
    Member and Non-Members are free to attend our (always informal) Open Space Night. It's time to work on your project, hang out with the group or just check out the space. We have a plethora of tools and knowledgeable people at your disposal. Come visit and join in the fun, We look forward to meeting you and having you part of our community. How to ‎find us: CT Hackerspace at 30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor Watertown, CT. GPS will get you to the address. If the front gate is closed, then follow Silk Street around to the back of building. Parking is in the lower lot, or if available, select spots at the top of the ramp, Even though it is passed most regular business hours, please be respectful not block loading bays or active businesses. Entrance is the rear main door on second level, follow the signs and take one flight up. The Rear Entrance is located up at the top of the ramp.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Open House Night - PUBLIC WELCOME
    Member and Non-Members are free to attend our (always informal) Open Space Night. It's time to work on your project, hang out with the group or just check out the space. We have a plethora of tools and knowledgeable people at your disposal. Come visit and join in the fun, We look forward to meeting you and having you part of our community. How to ‎find us: CT Hackerspace at 30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor Watertown, CT. GPS will get you to the address. If the front gate is closed, then follow Silk Street around to the back of building. Parking is in the lower lot, or if available, select spots at the top of the ramp, Even though it is passed most regular business hours, please be respectful not block loading bays or active businesses. Entrance is the rear main door on second level, follow the signs and take one flight up. The Rear Entrance is located up at the top of the ramp.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Open House Night - PUBLIC WELCOME
    Member and Non-Members are free to attend our (always informal) Open Space Night. It's time to work on your project, hang out with the group or just check out the space. We have a plethora of tools and knowledgeable people at your disposal. Come visit and join in the fun, We look forward to meeting you and having you part of our community. How to ‎find us: CT Hackerspace at 30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor Watertown, CT. GPS will get you to the address. If the front gate is closed, then follow Silk Street around to the back of building. Parking is in the lower lot, or if available, select spots at the top of the ramp, Even though it is passed most regular business hours, please be respectful not block loading bays or active businesses. Entrance is the rear main door on second level, follow the signs and take one flight up. The Rear Entrance is located up at the top of the ramp.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Board Meeting
    The board of CT Hackerspace holds their monthly meeting the first Thursday of the month. People of our community are welcome to attend these meetings to learn more about our organization as well as having an opportunity of a direct forum to share their concerns and ideas.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Open House Night - PUBLIC WELCOME
    Member and Non-Members are free to attend our (always informal) Open Space Night. It's time to work on your project, hang out with the group or just check out the space. We have a plethora of tools and knowledgeable people at your disposal. Come visit and join in the fun, We look forward to meeting you and having you part of our community. How to ‎find us: CT Hackerspace at 30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor Watertown, CT. GPS will get you to the address. If the front gate is closed, then follow Silk Street around to the back of building. Parking is in the lower lot, or if available, select spots at the top of the ramp, Even though it is passed most regular business hours, please be respectful not block loading bays or active businesses. Entrance is the rear main door on second level, follow the signs and take one flight up. The Rear Entrance is located up at the top of the ramp.

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Hacking the Holidays Party at CT Hackerspace
    Hacking the Holidays Party at CT Hackerspace Wed, 12/12/2018 – 7:00pm to ??? Come celebrate the holidays at CT Hackerspace Wednesday What to bring: Potluck Item (Optional) Anything from a simple munchie snack to a main course, desert or beverage. There is a full stove, microwave and refrigerator on premises for heating and cooling needs. Grab Bag Item (Optional) Preferably something that you already have but don’t use. Perhaps something that is made, hacked or otherwise modified. Or maybe a tool for something that you thought you were going to start doing but never did. Basically try not to go out buying stuff for the grab bag. Wrap it up, drop it in the bag and you will be able to pick from the selection of other items brought in for the grab bag. Family & Friends (Optional) Bring along family and friends that you have been unable to explain the hackerspace to. Show off some of the projects you have been working on etc. Yourself (Required) We hope to see you there!

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

  • Scaling Up with CircuitPython
    Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the hobbyist community. It is easy to learn and has strong community support. It is used for a variety of tasks from AI to server administration and now even to run microcontrollers. CircuitPython is becoming a great alternative to programming microcontrollers and is built specifically to do so. It simplifies the process of writing code for your board and gives quick results. We will be looking at programming the Adafruit Circuit Playground Express with CircuitPython. We will also take a look at what boards are available. If you would like to play along during the session, get a Circuit Playground Express from Adafruit with the Mu Editor installed on your laptop. You can find links to the Circuit Playground Express and Mu editor below. CPE: https://www.adafruit.com/product/3333 Mu: https://codewith.mu/en/download

    CT Hackerspace

    30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor · Watertown, CT

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