• Hackaday LA October Meetup

    Supplyframe DesignLab

    Join us for our Hackaday LA Meetup during "Connect Week", hosted by Innovate Pasadena. In association with OSHWA, we will commemorate October as Open Hardware Month. We plan to have an amazing speaker, meet with fellow hackers, pitch project ideas, and stay updated on all things Supplyframe, Hackaday, and Tindie. Featured Speaker: JT Nelson JT Nelson is the founding member of Open Source Pasadena. He also works as a Senior video engineer and graphics specialist for live events who extensively use and promote open source software for innovative production. ---------- Timeline 6:00pm -- Doors open 6:30pm -- First speaker 7:15pm -- Break 7:30pm -- Second speaker 8:15pm -- Announcements 8:30pm -- Lightning Talks! ---------- Parking The DesignLab is at 30 E Del Mar Blvd, Pasadena, CA. You probably won't find street parking nearby, but please see this Google map (https://www.google.com/maps/d/editmid=z336KXOi6I8Q.kWuP10Ksdh4Y) showing the DesignLab location and nearby parking structures. ----------- Public Transportation Using the Metro Goldline trains is quick and easy. It takes about 20 mins from Union Station in downtown LA to Del Mar Station, which is less than 2 minutes walk from our front door. Trains run about every 10 mins during the day and 20 mins at night from 11pm-2am. There are also buses that serve Old Town Pasadena. The nearest intersection is FAIR OAKS/DEL MAR BLVD, PASADENA, CA 91105. You can find timetables or use the Metro Trip Planner at metro.net Code of Conduct (https://hackaday.io/project/28093-code-of-conduct)

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  • Hackaday LA August Meetup

    Supplyframe DesignLab

    Join us for our August Hackaday LA Meetup. We'll welcome two awesome speakers, meet with fellow hackers, pitch project ideas, and stay updated on all things Supplyframe, Hackaday, and Tindie. Featured Speakers: Sarah Beshir Associate Engineer currently working on a satellite constellation program. Topic: The "What", "Why", and "How" of Model Based Systems Engineering Sirina Nabhan Contracted Network Operations Engineer at JPL, enabling science projects like Cassini or the Curiosity Rover (Mars Science Laboratory). Topic: Apollo 11: Inspiration and Innovation ---------- Timeline 6:00pm -- Doors open 6:30pm -- First speaker 7:15pm -- Break 7:30pm -- Second speaker 8:15pm -- Announcements 8:30pm -- Lightning Talks! ---------- Parking The DesignLab is at 30 E Del Mar Blvd, Pasadena, CA. You probably won't find street parking nearby, but please see this Google map (https://www.google.com/maps/d/editmid=z336KXOi6I8Q.kWuP10Ksdh4Y) showing the DesignLab location and nearby parking structures. ----------- Public Transportation Using the Metro Goldline trains is quick and easy. It takes about 20 mins from Union Station in downtown LA to Del Mar Station, which is less than 2 minutes walk from our front door. Trains run about every 10 mins during the day and 20 mins at night from 11pm-2am. There are also buses that serve Old Town Pasadena. The nearest intersection is FAIR OAKS/DEL MAR BLVD, PASADENA, CA 91105. You can find timetables or use the Metro Trip Planner at metro.net Code of Conduct (https://hackaday.io/project/28093-code-of-conduct)

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  • Hackaday LA July Meetup

    Supplyframe DesignLab

    Join us for the first Hackaday LA meetup of 2019. Presenting a talk by Saba Fazeli from Beyond Meat, and Leopold N. Green from Cal Tech covering gut health and the power of engineering food and healthy bacteria. **Beyond Meat is a Los Angeles based producer of plant based meat substitutes. Saba is a Mechanical Engineer for Beyond Meat's R&D group in El Segundo, where he spends his time designing and building new and improved iterations of the machinery responsible for reorganizing plant-based materials into meat. **Dr. Green is a postdoctoral researcher at Caltech (Richard Murray’s Lab), engineering bacteria to control the ratio of ‘bad’ and ‘good’ bacteria in our microbiomes. He also teaches at Long Beach City College as an adjunct chemistry professor. After the talk(s) there will be a panel for those who have either entered into the Hackaday Prize and/or have questions for our mentors regarding a project that they are currently working on. We will also have time for community announcements, and socializing. If you'd like to give a 2 minute demo of your prize entry and/or a community announcement, please see the organizers when you arrive to get set up. A community announcement includes looking for a project partner, a job, offering a project/ job, the announcement of your startup launch, your Crowdfunding pitch, etc. We're looking forward to seeing you Thursday, July 11 at 6:00pm! ---------- Timeline 6:00pm -- Doors open 6:30pm -- First speaker 6:45pm -- Break 7:00pm -- Second speaker 7:45pm -- Mentor Panel! 8:30pm -- Community Announcements ---------- Parking The DesignLab is at 30 E Del Mar Blvd, Pasadena, CA. You probably won't find street parking nearby, but please see this Google map (https://www.google.com/maps/d/editmid=z336KXOi6I8Q.kWuP10Ksdh4Y) showing the DesignLab location and nearby parking structures. ----------- Public Transportation Using the Metro Goldline trains is quick and easy. It takes about 20 mins from Union Station in downtown LA to Del Mar Station, which is less than 2 minutes walk from our front door. Trains run about every 10 mins during the day and 20 mins at night from 11pm-2am. There are also buses that serve Old Town Pasadena. The nearest intersection is FAIR OAKS/DEL MAR BLVD, PASADENA, CA 91105. You can find timetables or use the Metro Trip Planner at metro.net Code of Conduct (https://hackaday.io/project/28093-code-of-conduct)

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  • LayerOne 2019 Conference

    Hilton Pasadena

    Supplyframe is proud to be sponsoring LayerOne, LA's premiere infosec and hacking conference, for the 5th year running. You need to register and buy tickets to attend this event. Hackaday LA members get 10% off tickets and training when they use the code L12019TINDIE10 to register online at https://www.layerone.org/registration/ More details about LayerOne below. LayerOne 2019 May 24-26, 2019 Pasadena, CA https://www.layerone.org -- What's in store for this year? A whole lot of awesome content, new friends, and, as always, a huge amount of hands-on fun! === Why should I attend? === Our focus is on learning, fun, and friends. LayerOne offers some of the most unique and interesting hands-on areas you'll ever see at a conference. Come learn about hacking, technology, security, and more without the high price tag or long lines. Interested in learning more about these areas? Interested in networking with other like-minded folks? Interested in meeting some of the best and brightest in the information security world? Then LayerOne is for you! === How do I register for the event? === Head over to https://www.layerone.org/registration/ to get yourself pre-registered for the event. Registration is available on-site but costs more - register online now to save some money! Registration includes access to both days of the event, a badge, breakfast on both days, and a banquet dinner on Saturday night. Training registration (see below) includes all of these benefits as well as access to one of your in-depth training sessions on Friday, May 24, 2019. Need a hotel room for the event? We recommend it. Parties have been known to be hotel-room inducing for many attendees. You can book your room at the conference hotel with a very discounted rate at https://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/P/PASPHHF-LAYER1-20190523/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG. Hotel room discount ends May 10th, so BOOK NOW! === Friday Training Workshops === We're offering full one-day training on various topics. Come learn in a friendly, hands-on environment to level up your hacking skills! * Basic Memory Corruption: Introduction to Stack-based Exploitation - Gabriel Ryan * Building and Maintaining Secure Active Directory Environments - Hudson Bush * Incident Response and Threat Hunting with Wireshark - Arnel Manalo * In & Out – Network Data Exfiltration Techniques - Leszek Mis * Red Teaming as a Service: Simulating Blackhat Attacks for Organisations - Himanshu Sharma & Aman Sachdev Visit https://www.layerone.org/training/ for full details of each training! Please note: Training registration is separate from conference registration, but trainees get full access to the LayerOne conference on May 25-26! If you would like to upgrade your standard registration to a training registration, please email [masked] === 2019 Presentation Lineup === Full details of each talk and speaker bios are available at https://www.layerone.org/speakers/ === Contests and Events === LayerOne is known for being the most hands-on conference around. We want you to learn and socialize by doing! Hands-on villages: * Lockpicking Village * Hardware Hacking Village * Hacking & CTF Village * Chillout / Gaming Area * Internet of Things (IoT) Village Contests: * (Electronic) Badge Hacking Contest * Capture the Flag (CTF) * The Intercept (Hardware CTF) * Hebocon Robot Battles * Tamper-Evident Contest * Threat Hunting Capture the Flag (CTF) * Coffee Wars * Demo Party More!: * InfoSec Career Panel Q&A * RaiseMe Career Village (New for 2019!) * HAM Certification Testing Full details of all contests and events are available at https://www.layerone.org/events/

  • 6th Annual Hackaday x Tindie MFBA Meetup with Kickstarter!

    -- RSVP on Eventbrite and the first drink is on us! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-6th-annual-hackaday-x-tindie-mfba-meetup-w-kickstarter-tickets-61279359213 -- This year Hackaday and Tindie have teamed up with Kickstarter to take over B St Station in downtown San Mateo to host the largest Maker Faire after party in the area! There will be plenty of room in the bar or secret garden to show off your projects and meet loads of other hackers and makers you missed at the faire. Bring your Hackaday, Tindie, or Kickstarter projects to share with the community! N.B. The venue is for over 21's only. Please bring your ID. #MFBA19 -- Also check out HDDG at the Supplyframe Office in San Francisco Thursday, May 16, 2019 - 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM https://www.meetup.com/Hardware-Developers-Didactic-Galactic/events/261115241/

  • Tindie x Hackaday Bring-a-Hack BoF Session at SCALE 17x

    Pasadena Convention Center

    Join Supplyframe’s Hackaday and Tindie for the Bring-A-Hack Birds of a Feather meetup at SCALE 17x. Bring a project you’d like to show off and come enjoy the company of some fellow hackers and makers. We’ll also have some fun Tindie and Hackaday swag to give away! We’ll be in Ballroom B from 7pm - 8pm. A pass to SCALE 17x is required for attendance. This event is free for all Expo and SCALE Pass holders. Use the code 'HACK' to get 50% off the full SCALE Pass here: https://register.socallinuxexpo.org/reg6/

  • Hackaday + Tindie Bring-A-Hack Happy Hour!

    King's Row Gastropub

    Got a project you want to share, or need help? Come meet other hackers, makers, engineers, and Tindie sellers/buyers locally. Discuss ideas, solutions, resources, and other goings-on. Where: Kings Row Gastropub 20 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA (right behind Coffee Bean on Fair Oaks Blvd. Entrance to Kings Row is on Mercantile Pl.) The nearest parking facility is the Schoolhouse Parking Structure. Come celebrate Connect Week 2018 (https://www.innovatepasadena.org/programs/connect-week) in Pasadena! This event is aligned with Pasadena's annual week highlighting innovation in science + astronomy, design, technology, and entrepreneurship. We're inviting guests to come check out what Hackaday, Tindie, and hardware hacking is all about. There will be no formal show & tell presentations at this event, but you are welcome to bring small project items to demo and discuss. If you're interested in bringing your project, let us know so we can list it here. It's in a bar, with beer, wine, & spirits, so bear that in mind (ages 21+). Ground rules: • Bring a Project! No matter how small or early in the process, bring something you've made or are making (or photos!) • We can help you get your project onto Hackaday.io (http://www.hackaday.io) where you will meet collaborators, get help on your projects and have the potential to be featured on the Hackaday (http://www.hackaday.com) blog • You are responsible for your belongings • Please RSVP so we can book enough room

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  • Women in Hardware Dinner @ Open Hardware Summit!

    Miracle of Science Bar + Grill

    ** Please make sure to RSVP on our Eventbrite page!! >> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-hardware-dinner-tickets-46090533025 ** It's Open Hardware Summit time of year again and Hackaday is holding our second annual Women in Hardware dinner at The Miracle of Science Bar + Grill. It's the night before the Open Hardware Summit begins so you'll have lots of opportunities to meet and chat with others pre-conference. We love it when you bring your finest blinky, flashy, IoT, hacks, wearable, or other DIY items for us to paw (er.... look at), but bringing yourself is the most important. Dinner is sponsored by Supplyframe/ Hackaday. The Miracle of Science Bar + Grill can accommodate food allergies and preferences. They ask that you just let them know when you order. All who identify as women are welcome! Please RSVP on our Eventbrite page (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-hardware-dinner-tickets-46090533025) so we can call the restaurant in advance to let them know how many to expect.

  • Hackaday LA Four Year Anniversary!

    Congregation Ale House

    Happy fourth anniversary to our amazing Hackaday LA community! To celebrate, we're going back to our roots by taking over Congregation and doing a happy hour show and tell! There will be no formal show & tell presentations at this event, but you are welcome to bring small project items to discuss. It's in a bar, with beer, so bear that in mind. Got a project you want to share, or need help? Come meet with other hackers and makers locally to discuss ideas, solutions, resources, and other goings-on. **Please note that this meetup is NOT taking place at the Supplyframe DesignLab!** Looking forward to celebrating four fabulous years with the Hackaday LA community!

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  • Hackaday LA July Meetup

    Supplyframe DesignLab

    Join us for the July 2018 Hackaday LA Meetup! We'll welcome two expert speakers, meet with fellow hackers, pitch project ideas, and stay updated on all things Supplyframe, Hackaday, and Tindie. Featured Speakers Erika Earl // 3D Audio, Ambisonics, & Interactive Embodied Sound Design The implications of embodied audio processing represent a new way to interact with sound in a virtual volume of space. Using depth sensors, intuitive interfaces, and spatial audio, we can create more immersive and collaborative experiences. Using motion capture technology to spatialize audio in higher order ambisonics allows us to explore 3D audio in a new and engaging way. Erika Earl is an Audio Engineer with over a decade of experience in designing, servicing, and maintaining audio electronics for professional recording studios. Her career highlights include Director of Hardware Engineering at Slate Digital, Head of Technology / Sr. Technical Engineer at LA's legendary Village Recording Studios, and a position on The Advisory Council for the Producers & Engineering Wing of The Recording Academy. Erika believes anyone with the desire, discipline, and a little imagination can create and build just about anything they want to. Karen Yuen // A Perspective from Space From the moment we open our eyes in the morning, we are remote sensing the world. We take in, process information and make daily decisions such as what to wear to whether we should be tackling the infamous LA traffic. From the unique vantage point of Space, we can see the world in ways that often go unnoticed or unmentioned. As the US space agency, NASA maintains a suite of satellites with different instruments that serve as our “eyes” in studying planet Earth, and we have been steadily collecting data for decades. This data serves as vital signs and records for the health of the planet, as well as discovering new facets of the complex living system that we call home. Karen Yuen is the NASA Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) Science Data Applications Lead, Project Communications Manager, and the NASA Deputy Program Associate for the upcoming OCO-3 on ISS. Her current project OCO-2 is NASA’s first dedicated satellite for measuring carbon dioxide from Space. Her current work is in data user development for applying remote sensing data to science applications, specifically for the Solar Induced Fluorescence (SIF) products from OCO-2. She began her career at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 2001 and has received 8 NASA Group Achievement awards for her work on various missions. Yuen received her Bachelor’s degree with majors in Chemistry/Physics and French from Saint Mary’s College of Notre Dame. She pursued an MA in Scientific Journalism at New York University, while working as an Editorial Assistant for the journal “Neuroscience.” She continued her graduate studies in Organic Chemistry at Université de Paris-VI Jussieu and Université de Paris-V Rene Descartes. ---------- Timeline 6:30pm -- Doors open 7:00pm -- First speaker 7:45pm -- Break 8:00pm -- Second speaker 8:45pm -- Lightning talks! ---------- Parking The DesignLab is at 30 E Del Mar Blvd, Pasadena, CA. You probably won't find street parking nearby, but please see this Google map (https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=z336KXOi6I8Q.kWuP10Ksdh4Y) showing the DesignLab location and nearby parking structures. ----------- Public Transportation Using the Metro Goldline trains is quick and easy. It takes about 20 mins from Union Station in downtown LA to Del Mar Station, which is less than 2 minutes walk from our front door. Trains run about every 10 mins during the day and 20 mins at night from 11pm-2am. There are also buses that serve Old Town Pasadena. The nearest intersection is FAIR OAKS/DEL MAR BLVD, PASADENA, CA 91105. You can find timetables or use the Metro Trip Planner at metro.net

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