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Join us at M3 for a project presentation, work on your projects, and chat with fellow enthusiasts about life, the universe, and everything. We cover the usual suspects such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi but will often dive deep on topics such as ARM, PIC, IoT, Cypress, FPGA, and more! Presenter: Bill Shaw Topic: The trials and tribulations of setting up Google Nest products in a new home. Other than materials, this workshop is free and open to everyone. Tampa Hackerspace is a volunteer run, 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are gratefully accepted. There is a donation jar onsite or you can donate at https://paypal.me/HackTampa
This is open to everyone. Join us online for a variety of games and socializing. Many are played through Steam and Tabletop Simulator.
We are moving Open Make Nights online until further notice. Please email us at [masked] and we will try to arrange individual tours once safer at home restrictions have eased. --- Join us to work on your stuff, bounce ideas off of members and socialize. Occasionally, we'll throw in a small class. Free and open to everyone.
Woodshop Safety. This is the first class for sign off on the woodshop tools and includes general safety around the shop. This meetup is open to paid members only. For details on becoming a member of Tampa Hackerspace, please visit http://tampahackerspace.com/membership/ IMPORTANT NOTE: Closed toed shoes are required to enter the woodshop area. If you are not appropriately dressed, you will be asked to return for the next available class. Please don't forget that we have several restrictions in place related to the Covid-19 pandemic. If you are sick or believe you have been exposed to Covid-19, change your RSVP and stay home. 1. Masks are required and must be properly worn. 2. We are providing face shields that may be worn along with the masks. 3. You will be temperature screened when you arrive. 4. Maintain social distancing during the class. 5. If the instructor is not comfortable with your participation, you could be asked to leave without completing this class. This is done for the safety of everyone in the class. 6. You must badge in even if the door is open. We need to have a record of everyone's presence in case there is a future or unexpected problem (e.g. contact tracing is required). Limit 4 students.