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Hacksaw - Cutting Through Technology - Inaugural Event

posted 30 Jul 2018, 05:25 by Process Manager   [ updated 30 Jul 2018, 05:31 by Gordon Kay ]
Post by Gordon Kay - Hacksaw Meetup Group


Technology Meetup Group comes to the hills.

Hacksaw, is about connecting people that have an interest in technology, keen to share knowledge, exchange and learn through a collaborative environment of presentations and hands on workshops.

Hacksaw caters for technology wannabes, geeks, techies, developers, electronic hobbyist, start-ups, inventors, entrepreneurs and investors.

The aim of Hacksaw is to foster technology development and solutions with real commercial opportunities.

We aim to present a technology topic each month while allowing Techies to show and share their stuff for other to learn, discover and try. It's a hands on approach to help you get started.

Some of the topics we would like to cover over the next 12 months:-
  • Coding (Javascript, HTML, .Net, VB, C#, Ruby, Swift etc)
  • App Creation for mobile devices (Android, iOS etc)
  • Electronics (DIY, Arduino, Raspberry pi, Onion Omega etc)
  • 3D Printing and Scanning
  • IoT - Internet Of Things
  • Google Apps Scripts & Products
  • GPS Technology
  • Drones, Robotics and Automation
  • Website development & coding
  • Radio and Telephony
  • SaaS - Software as a Service
  • Power and Energy Storage

Monthly Events are held at the Out-Space Venue at the Adelaide Hills Business Centre and the first meeting will be held on the 9th October starting at 6pm

A light meal will be available and for AHBC members it's free. Non AHBC members, bring $10 on the night to help us cover cost

Contact Email : info@hacksaw.tech



When : Tue 9/10/18 - 06:00 PM until Tue 9/10/18 - 09:00 PM

Where : Adelaide Hills Business Centre - 82 Onkaparinga Valley Road, Woodside SA 5244.

Members : Free for AHBC Members

Price : $10pp - Pay on the night


https://www.meetup.com/hacksaw/



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