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Bring your bag ideas to class and let's do it! If you would like to purchase specific materials for your project, please contact me before the class with a detailed description of your project and list of materials. -Ely [masked] What to bring: Bring your scissors, fabrics, pencils, paper, drawings, and tools. Optional: If you want to make a 9"x 5" zip pouch in colors: Black, Brown, Grey, Brown or Silver Xpac Sailcloth with a black zipper, contact me, Ely, [masked] in advance and I'll bring materials for you. Cost of materials is $20, paypal is [masked] Noisebridge usually has lots of free fabric you can use. What we'll do: * Learn how to use industrial sewing machines, straight stitch, walking foot and serger. * Spend time sewing. Important to know: Noisebridge is donation based, please feel free to donate if/when you can.
What do we talk about when we talk about performance? This class will start with questions about the size and speed of programs, how we can categorize programs with big O notation, and finish by looking at a variety of differently performing solutions to a single problem. This class is intended for beginners. Students who are unfamiliar with the python syntax such as creating and calling functions or slice notation will struggle to keep up, and are encouraged to come an hour early so that I can help you get set up. Intermediate students may find it satisfying to review the material, and practice with the example problem. A Jupyter notebook with slides from the class is located here. The solutions to the final problem are taken from Programming Pearls by Jon Bently. https://github.com/jgarst/PythonClass/blob/master/course/algorithms/algorithms.ipynb -- Jared
Learn to solder, learn to make cool things with electronics. Hang out with cool hardware geeks at Noisebridge’s weekly Circuit Hacking Monday. All ages, all skill levels, all are welcome at this Monthly event to give you inspiration to hack that project you’ve always wanted to work on. The goal is to make a project tonight and bring it home with you.
Unityversity.com (http://unityversity.com): Learn to make Unity games, music and art in free beginner-friendly class meetups and Twitch streams with tutorials (https://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/tutorials) and projects (https://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/projects). WHEN: 6-11PM PST Tuesdays WHERE: Noisebridge Hackerspace, 2169 Mission St. San Francisco, CA (https://noisebridge.net) Learn more about the Tuesday classes: • Songbridge (https://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/songbridge): 6-7PM music/audio production in Ableton, Logic, Audacity • Artbridge (http://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/artbridge): 7-8PM 2D/3D art in Photoshop/Sketchup/Maya/Substance • Gamebridge (http://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/tuesdays): 8-11PM Unity game development in C# + design/story/art/audio • Noisebridge Hackerspace Meeting (https://noisebridge.net/meeting): 8-8:30 meet members & participate • Twitch.tv/primerist (https://twitch.tv/primerist): Stream live and watch recordings. • Bring: a laptop, Unity (http://www.unity3d.com/), game, art and music tools (http://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/resources). .