What we’re about
The St. Louis 2600 meetup is a monthly meeting dedicated to hacking in all it's forms. An expansion of the original meetings started by the long running magazine of the same name as an open forum for anyone of any age, or level of expertise, to come and learn. Meetups are held on the first Friday of every month all over the world and here in St. Louis. The Meetup is held at Arch Reactor, St. Louis first Hackerspace, and usually gets started around 6pm.
The meetup will normally consist of a presentation, followed by discussion. If you'd like to make a presentation, please let the organizers know at least a week or two ahead of time so we can make sure to have time allotted. Presentations on any topic related to hacking, privacy, or computers are welcome. Presentations also don't need to be very in depth, feel free to bring presentations that are just introductions to things you think are cool.
Upcoming events (4+)See all
- Lightning Strike QuadriceArch Reactor, St. Louis, MO
'Tis the season of re-gifting. Why should STL2600 + DC314 meetups be any different? With that in mind, Bob and I are blatantly recycling ideas! Well, sort off. Coming up with new topics and finding time to put them together around the holidays is always a challenge. So we are going to pass the buck off to all of you!
When discussing possible topics this month, it was pointed out it's been a while since the last time we decided to do a Lightning Talks night.
So, make a New Year's resolution to give a talk at STL2600 + DC314 and then immediately check it off your todo list. (And here's where I start the copypasta. Actually, I started it a while back.)
Five minute stints of everyone covering their favorite tools, tips, and/or tricks. We are going to cram as much content into this evening like it's a time travelling delorean full of clowns.
Now both Bob and I will have a few talks ourselves, but we are really hoping for some audience participation. If you can ramble on for five minutes about something, now's your chance! Bring slides, or tempt the demo gods by doing it live, we don't care. You can let me know ahead of time, or just surprise us the night of. Regardless, you'll have your shot to take the stage.
This 1.21 jiggawatts will be striking the clock tower at the usual time and place. Hopefully these presentations will hit 88 mph and we'll see some serious shit... Though admittedly, I don't know how that would actually work. I decided to include the Back to the Future references pretty late into writing this, and I've got to get it done so I can still hit "Announce" on the Meetup.
We'll of course do our best to stream as usual: