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Microcontroller Salon

Belly up to the BitBar with "Hacker in Residence BitTender"- Greg Kielian. This is a fun and social event where you can learn about the coming revolution - "The Internet of Things". Whether you already have an electronics project you want help with or want to be awe-inspired and experiment with something new, this is a smart alternative to the bar scene.

Programmers will enjoy learning how to create tangible interactive projects you can take home. However, beginners will also see how easy it is to create your own fun electronic projects.

We will have a few Arduino boards to borrow or you can buy one from our RockIT electronics store.

If you have a project you are currently working on, bring it!

Greg, our instructor, is a hardware and prototyping expert who majored in Physics at Berkeley. During the year, he is an accredited teacher who spreads the joy of prototyping to his students through after-school robotics programs and Arduino classes. He is an active member of several hackerspaces in the Bay Area and well versed with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and BeagleBone. Greg writes about his personal endeavors on his website,

See you then!

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