August 9 - 15
A week packed full of classes on a variety of topics! Noisebridge will be fully reopening in mid-August and we want you to come and experience all that Noisebridge has to offer.
Coming? Join the Facebook event! (not required; people who don't use facebook are invited too)
Come teach at Noisebridge! Help make Noisebridge a place where people will want to come and learn about all things related to hacking.
For this week, we're looking for people to teach as many one-off classes as possible, in addition to the regularly scheduled recurring classes. Filling Noisebridge up with classes for a week will send the message that it's a place where everyone is free to come and teach what they know, and learn as much as they can. It should also help with the fundraising effort toward the Reboot.
Have a specific skill that you're good at or known for? Think others would benefit from it? Take an hour or two of your time to teach others.
- circuit bending
- cross-stitch / needlepoint
- wearable electronics
- radio broadcasting
- streaming audio/video
Here's a list of Noisebridge's resources - use them to their full potential!
We're also looking for all-ages or kid-friendly classes to be taught on the weekend.
Rooms with no events scheduled are listed in the "Free" row. They're up for grabs!
(You can also hold a class in the shop or other common areas - only rooms with events scheduled are currently shown.)
|10:30||Designing Custom Circuit Boards with Eagle CAD|
|11:00||Arduino workshop setup|
|13:00||Arduino for Total Newbies||Intro to Python|
|15:00||Intro to Computers|
|16:30||Arduino workshop tear-down|
|17:00||Intro to Kinect Development|
|18:00||CPR/AED Class||SF-LUG Weekly Linux Discussion Group||Re-opening party|
|19:30||Dry-run of Intro to Kinect Development||Circuit Hacking Mondays||Front-end Web Development lecture||Introduction to Ember.js|
|20:00||Adobe Lightroom||Dream Team Neurohacking||Front-end Web Development lab|
To teach a class, all you have to do is put it on the Upcoming or Recurring Events list and email Noisebridge-announce! Jeffrey will take care of adding the class to the above list, but you can do it yourself if you feel like messing with MediaWiki tables.