Every other Wednesday, there will be a meeting of the Software Craftsman Guild in the space.
What is it?
Code katas, pair programming, retrospectives and discussions about the fine craft of software development.
Who is it for?
Anyone with an interest in software. Skill level is no barrier. If you’re fresh to programming you’ll be able to sit with experienced members and learn quickly.
What to bring?
All you need is a laptop. We will be pairing, which means we’ll be using 1/2 of the computers at any given time. But bring yours, if possible, to make sure we don’t run short and have a nice variety of dev environments.
If you are interested, please sign up at the meetup page
This is where we put links to helpful resources for the hacker local and abroad.
- GIICM — an unfortunately-named IC pinout database. Has pinouts for an enormous array of TTL parts.
- NTE Cross Reference — NTE manufactures a wide variety of products, specializing in substitutes for obsolete parts. This search can find info on parts that other sites can’t help you with.
- Quarndon Online TTL chart — an extensive chart of TTL chip pinouts and functions.
So come on down and hang out! The 3D printer will most likely be repaired and ready to go, plus you can see volunteers working on our access system.
Hackforge is open until five today, and we’re testing the 3D printer. Come down and join us!
We have had a malfunction of the access system, as such key cards aren’t working. Hopefully we should have the problem fixed on Saturday.