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Hexabitz Workshop
Hexabitz (https://hexabitz.com/) is a new modular electronics platform for prototypes and real-life applications! Hexabitz design is inspired by nature -compact, lightweight and modular- and is a truly distributed, multi-processor system based on the novel concept of a “wired mesh” network. We will be having a fun hands-on session soldering and programming some modules! Speaker Bio: Asaad Kaadan holds a Masters and PhD in electrical and computer engineering from University of Oklahoma and Bsc. in electronics engineering from University of Aleppo. He’s currently a senior robotics/embedded engineer with Freefly Systems and is very passionate about modular electronics. His phd research was focused on drones and modular optics which spawned the idea of Hexabitz. About the meetup: Hack night is a casual, friendly night when people of all skill levels bring the projects that they're working on. Usually we sit and work together, and anyone who wants to can show and tell their projects. It's recommended to bring a laptop or a tablet of your own if you have one.

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1215 4th Ave, Suite 1050 Seattle, WA 98161 · Seattle, WA

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Hackster (https://www.hackster.io/) is an online community for hardware hackers. By popular demand, we're also launching local project nights. Our goal is simple: help hardware makers and hackers from Seattle to connect, share ideas, and build great things together!

Come hack your hardware and interface your implements. Snacks provided. Whether you are a total arduino newbie or you need some advice for finishing your advanced project, this is the meetup for you!

Join the community on Hackster here (https://www.hackster.io/groups/12882/invitations?token=aqkL90x43G3odnzbNK_G8g) and join the slack channel here (https://docs.google.com/a/hackster.io/forms/d/1IFaIS5f_RPKp12QgJoWoH8MJYUN8SbTMBOD6prFbLWU/viewform)! (we offer cool prizes and "slackathons" from time to time)

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