Get to grips with the basics of electronics. In this self-guided workshop, you will learn how to use the fundamental building blocks that create circuits, such as leds, jumper wires, bread board, resistors, batteries, switches, buttons, sensors and more!
5:30-5:45 - Arrive, check in, and food
5:45-6:00 - Welcome from WWCode Portland and Mozilla
6:00-7:30 - Circuits 101
7:30-8:00 - Closing
👩🏽 OUR SPEAKERS 👩🏽
Andrew Chalkley (@chalkers) is a Full-Stack Software Architect at eBay, Co-Host of That Maker Show, project lead of thingsSDK and technical writer at Screencasts.org. He's been dabbling in electronics since 2012, given classes and lectures around the United States including at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
David Wang (@planetbeing) is a co-founder of Corellium, a startup working on the virtualization of mobile devices and leveraging that technology for security research. Previously, David has created hardware and software for a home automation hub called Solace. He has also contributed to Homebridge and authored plugins for it. He continues to be a home automation enthusiast, and works to either cajole or reverse engineer every single device in his house into joining a coherent system.
🙅🏼♀️CODE OF CONDUCT 🙅🏼♀️
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