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The Nottingham Hackspace Annual General Meeting is on 22nd May at 8pm. All members need to attend!
March 29th is Arduino’s 10th birthday, and has been declared International Arduino Day. Join us in celebrating with a day of workshops, show and tell and cake!
We are working to make the Hackspace a wonderful and joyous space for everyone!
Ask not what your Hackspace can do for you…
Our website was hacked!
A day of short talks about any subject. Free to attend, free to talk.
During June and July we will be running six Arduino workshops, three 101 (beginner) and three 102 (intermediate).
Nearly a year ago, Nottingham Hackspace aquired a second hand vending machine. It’s now fully working and members can pay using their membership cards.
As you may or may not be aware, Nottingham Hackspace’s landlords have been evicted from our current location, meaning we lose our space at the end of April. This gives us an opportunity to make Nottingham Hackspace even better, but for that we need your help! We have found an excellent space for Hackspace2.0, much […]
Everybody loves LED and hackers are no exception! At our first open hack day on Saturday, Michael dropped off an LED matrix unit normally used in motorway signs. 16 x 16 bi-colour LEDs – 256 green-yellow and red flashing lights! In fact, he dropped off eight units! 2056 LEDs! Each unit has two identical connectors, […]