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Amazing Hardware meetup, and great jobs at HW companies

From: Haytham E.
Sent on: Monday, November 7, 2016 9:40 PM

Hey hardwarians,

What more could you ask for after all this election mayhem? Is it drones, I hear you say? Or some trendy smart glasses? A smart home for your dog? Or wait, an electric skateboard that you can ride like a snowboard? Well, we’ve got all of the above at the next hardware meetup on Wednesday November 9th, so RSVP to hear the latest and greatest in the hardware revolution.

Cool companies, hackathons and seminars

  • In case you missed last month’s meetup we had Poursteady, making robotic drip coffee (you can follow them on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.) and Astrohaus, who are making new tools for writers. Astrohaus are hiring a software engineer.
  • Collaborizm, an online collaborative workspace for hardware engineers, just launched a Pajama (Virtual) IoT Hackathon on its platform. The hackathon, which ends in mid-December, has contestants forming teams from around the world, with the objective of designing hacks that incorporate a real-time cloud based telecommunications platform called ; contestants can also incorporate myDevices’s Cayenne IoT software to try to earn more points from the judges. $4,500 in cash prizes will be awarded. There are some extraordinary hacks already being created, like Raspberry Pi Video Calling and a Home Automated Robot. Don't miss out. Sign up here.
  • Please join us for a FREE St Micro Seminar Wednesday November 16th at ITAC in NYC. Join us for a day of educational presentations by our design experts as they discuss how to implement new sensor and connectivity technologies to improve our lives and products. The SENSational seminar goes beyond product presentation and combines new advanced concepts, basic design principles and “real world” application examples. All participants who attend will receive a “rain check” for a FREE Sensor Tile Evaluation Kit.  Kits will be sent out to participants in December when they become available. Click here to see more info about the Kit!


  • Bond builds technology that helps people be more thoughtful by enabling them to send beautiful handwritten notes from their computer or phone. In a world where everyone is rushing towards ephemeral communication we want to be thoughtful about where its appropriate to have more enduring forms of communication...check out the video here. Our first product is...also called Bond.  We've built a method for people to stay connected to each other through physical notes and the written word...using robots!! :) We are hiring a hardware engineer and a Director of Robotics.
  • Sidewalk Labs, an Alphabet company focused on improving quality of life in cities, is looking for a Hardware Engineer to create innovative devices and deploy them in the urban environment.

Keep building!



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