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NY Hardware Workshop on Sept 28 and 29, and other cool events

From: Haytham E.
Sent on: Sunday, September 11, 2016 8:25 PM

Hey hardwarians,

Now that the Summer is over, we can all go back to some good old hardware events and workshops. I'm in the process of finding some dates for the meetup this month at Microsoft, but I’ll let you know as soon as I have something down.

Events, Workshops and Crowdfunding campaigns

  • In the meantime though you should seriously consider going to the NY Hardware Workshop on September 29th and 30th, organized by Marc Barros (founder of Moment and has one of the best hardware-related blogs out there) and a bunch of other amazing hardware experts. Check out the details here. Hardware workshop is a two day event for hardware startups. Taught by experienced operators, it’s purpose is simple: Teach important lessons to the next generation of hardware entrepreneurs. What makes this workshop unique is the quality of the content, the deep operational experience of the teachers, and the long term connections you will make. Hand curated, each teacher covers a unique topic that falls within the startup’s life cycle from an idea to reaching market fit.
  • Do you skate? Need some lights to help you navigate at night and look pretty amazing? EKick Technologies, who presented at the Hardware Meetup a year ago, have just gone live on Kickstarter with their amazing long board lights. Check it out and show some love!
  • Learn about the IoT technology and build commercial IoT solutions with Intel® and IBM® dev team! Join us on Tuesday, September 13 for a one-day, hands-on workshop where Intel will walk you through the basic architecture of a modern commercial IoT network – from gathering sensor data at the edge, to analytics on a gateway, to the cloud. Learn more about the workshop here. Only 40 attendees will be selected by Intel and get to bring home all hardwares including the Intel® NUC Gateway! To be considered a spot, apply here: bit.ly/nyciotapp Ping Jessica at [address removed] for any question.
  • Check out some IoT classes at Makerfaire.

Keep building!

Haytham

 

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