Special notice: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are temporarily closed at hack.RVA, in the spirit of Virginia Governor’s Executive Order 53. All of our regularly scheduled events found here are cancelled until further notice.
We are a group of individuals who get together at Richmond's makerspace, HackRVA, to explore the wonders of science and technology and the joy of making things. We have fun, and try to learn from each other. Come out and join us.
The purpose of this meetup is to improve the space through organization, cleaning, and facilities improvement.
Tasks will include, but are not limited to: cleaning, putting tools away, working on the website/wiki, identifying and fixing/labeling equipment, developing training processes, and more!
Bring your improvement idea and your muscles!
Fight The Entropy!
Log in for a discussion of hardware and electronics on the third Tuesday of the month. We will discuss ideas and problems and some theory. For now this will be an online event. We will send the link to people who RSVP here. MeetUp does not support our platform so we can't tell them it is online. Don't come to hack.RVA for this!
Come show off a project, socialize, or just hang out. Thinking about becoming a member, come on in. All are welcome!
Guests, please park on the street, permits are required to park in our parking lot.
Hack.RVA is a member-run non-profit makerspace located in the Scott’s Addition neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. We’re essentially a space filled with tools, computers, and people who like to build, invent, tinker, learn new skills and expand their minds. In our space you’ll find people into electronics, robots, wood working, embedded software, metal working, music, art, video, photography, 3D printing, sewing, textiles, virtual reality, gaming, lasers and much more.
If you'd like to get some orientation about what HackRVA is and what we do before visiting, please check out our website at hackrva.org (http://www.hackrva.org).
This is an online event, and we will send the link to all who RSVP when the time is near.
All are welcome, whether just starting out or level 9000!
Come on in, jam on some code.
Bring your project or work through an online tutorial.
We recommend freecodecamp.org
Time is 630pm to 830pm -- the last Tuesday of the month.
There will be code knowledgeable people around for explanation or conversation.
We will try to help each other with what we know, sharing tips and tools.