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Recap of last hardware meetup and MakerFaire this weekend! - Scheduled to be sent at Wed Sep[masked]:00:00 GMT-0400

From: Haytham E.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 9:24 PM

Hey hardwarians,

 

If you weren’t able to attend the meetup last week, you missed a cracker. Don’t fret however, the next one is on October 16th, and I’ll announce it soon. In the meantime though, here is quick recap of the last meetup:

 

  • We had Brian Gaudio from Module, who is building modular and expandable housing. They are taking reservations for their adaptable, customizable homes here on their website. Curious which Module fits you? You can take their housing personality quiz to find out.
  • Brain Falther presented from Bowery, which is a software and robotics-driven modern farming company on a mission to grow food for a better future by transforming access to fresh food in urban environments. “BoweryOS, our proprietary software system, uses vision systems, automation technology, and machine learning to monitor plants and all the variables that drive their growth 24/7. Because we control the entire process from seed to store, Bowery farms use zero pesticides, 95%+ less water, and are 100+ times more productive on the same footprint of land than traditional agriculture. Our produce is currently available at select Whole Foods and Foragers stores in the Tristate area, and featured on the menus of Tom Colicchio’s New York restaurants Craft and Temple Court. We're hiring!”
  • Anthony Di Natale from Nautiluslabs, is building the internet of maritime vessels, and they are looking for an Integrations Specialist - Linux Network Admin. As the demand for onboarding more vessels onto our platform grows, we're in need of a driven and self-motivated hardware integrations specialist with expertise in Linux Network Admin. The primary function of the role will be managing the deployment and integration of our Linux data collection computer onto a ship's onboard LAN network.
  • Matt Joyal the CTO of Pillar Technologies, which is deploying sensors and analytics to construction sites to reduce incidents and costly and catastrophic damage. They are searching for senior level firmware and software lead developers as well as engineering interns looking to work at a startup. Experience with C, Elixir, and Ruby on Rails is a plus. You can contact him on [address removed]

 

Oh and don’t forget to hit Maker faire  this weekend on September 23 + 24, 2017, 10AM – 6PM Saturday & Sunday. Maker Faire showcases the amazing work of all kinds and ages of makers—anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience.

 

Keep building and see you all next month!

Haytham


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