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Mitch Altman and Jimmie Rodgers are creating a

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UK + DE Workshop Tour 2014!

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Can we do a workshop at your hackerspace or library or museum or school or artist space (or wherever!)
this May?
(We are currently all booked for the UK -- so we're looking for any and all interested spaces in Germany.)

Please email me for questions, or to get more info:
mitch *at* CornfieldElectronics *dot* com

We were paid by the UK Maker Faire to go to/from Europe this spring. So Mitch and Jimmie are giving workshops and talks at UK hackerspaces and at the UK Maker Faire, and then taking the train to Berlin on 3-May, where we'll be giving workshops and/or talks at any interested spaces in Germany till 4-June, when Mitch flies home to San Francisco. (Jimmie flies home at an earlier date, yet TBD.)

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Our workshops are for all ages, and all skill levels.

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Workshops are great ways to attract new cool people to your hackerspace or other organization (existing or forming), and to energize people already at the space. You can also use the workshops to raise funds, if you like.

Me and Jimmie don't make money from our workshops. The money we charge (€10 to €20, depending on the kit) pays for kit parts and travel. We do this because we love teaching people how to make cool things! And we love helping hackerspaces and other cool orgs.


Would you be interested in having us do workshops at your space?

Please let me know!
mitch *at* CornfieldElectronics *dot* com


Workshops & Talks

  • Variety of Cool Kits / Learn to Solder workshop (3 hours)

We'll be bringing lots of our kits, all designed for total beginners, but fun and intriguing enough for everyone. We can teach anyone and everyone how to solder -- soldering actually is easy!
Please see the Workshop page for more info on the workshop, and a list of kits, and their cost.

  • We can also give talks, if there's interest.
  • Anything that can help out your hackerspace!
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Add your space to the UK + DE Workshop Tour 2014!

I'd love to add your space to our tour. Please let me know if you're interested, and I'll reply with an email with a minimal list of what's required on your end.

Please email me for questions, or to get more info:
mitch *at* CornfieldElectronics *dot* com

Cheers,
Mitch.


Schedule

Please don't add your space to this schedule -- please email me first -- thanks!

  • April 17 -- leave San Francisco (SFO) UA #930 7:35pm
  • April 18 -- arrive --> London (LHR) --> 6:05am
  • April 19 -- space, location
  • April 20 -- space, location


  • July 4 -- New York (NYP)--> Philadelphia (PHL) train #157 12:05p --> 1:30p
  • April 21 -- space, location
  • April 22 -- space, location
  • April 23 -- space, location
  • April 24 -- space, location


  • July 18 -- New York (NYP)--> Berlin, CT (BER) train #56 11:33a --> 1:56p
  • April 25 -- space, location
  • April 26 -- space, location
  • April 27 -- space, location


  • July 20 -- New Haven, CT (NHV) --> Boston (BOS) train #86 2:05p --> 4:36p
  • April 28 -- space, location
  • April 29 -- space, location


  • July 24 -- Boston (BOS) --> Syracuse (SYR) train #449 11:55a --> 9:41p
  • April 30 -- space, location


  • July 26 -- Syracuse (SYR) --> CBN train #63 12:48p --> 4:37p


  • July 31 -- Buffalo (BUF) --> Chicago (CHI) train #49 11:59p --> 9:45a (1-Aug)
  • May 1 -- space, location
  • May 2 -- space, location
  • May 3 -- space, location


  • August 4 -- Chicago (CHI) --> Milwaukee (MKE) train #335 1:05p --> 2:34p
  • May 4 -- space, location


  • August 5 -- Milwaukee (MKE) --> Seattle (SEA) train #7 3:55p --> 10:25a (7-Aug)
  • May 5 -- space, location
  • May 6 -- space, location
  • May 7 -- space, location
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  • May 31 -- space, location
  • June 1 -- space, location
  • June 2 -- space, location
  • June 3 -- space, location


  • June 4 -- Berlin (TXL) --> Frankfurt (FRA) LH #185 11:45am --> 1:00pm
  • June 4 -- Frankfurt (FRA) --> San Francisco (SFO) UA #902 2:00pm --> 4:25pm


* June 4 San Francisco, CA -- Back home!

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