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All attendees of Circuit Hacking Monday are encouraged to share their knowledge with the group. If you'd to share by presenting in front of everyone try and communicate with whomever is leading the [[Circuit_Hacking_Mondays|Circuit Hacking Monday]] you are attending.
 
All attendees of Circuit Hacking Monday are encouraged to share their knowledge with the group. If you'd to share by presenting in front of everyone try and communicate with whomever is leading the [[Circuit_Hacking_Mondays|Circuit Hacking Monday]] you are attending.
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Also feel free to bring any projects you're working on and if you can chromecast from your device you can easily share it working on the projector.  Or you can just set it up and just talk to people about it.
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'''Examples of past presentations'''
  
 
Main Presentations:
 
Main Presentations:

Revision as of 18:35, 2 May 2016

All attendees of Circuit Hacking Monday are encouraged to share their knowledge with the group. If you'd to share by presenting in front of everyone try and communicate with whomever is leading the Circuit Hacking Monday you are attending.

Also feel free to bring any projects you're working on and if you can chromecast from your device you can easily share it working on the projector. Or you can just set it up and just talk to people about it.


Examples of past presentations

Main Presentations:

555 Timer presentation by J

Capacitors by J


Short presentations:

LED Presentation by Matthew McKenna



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