Hardware Hacking and Reverse Engineering Meetups

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Silicon Valley has a boatload of tech meetups and events for software companies, but where's all the hardware love? We want to bring together a strong community of folks eager to build businesses with physical products. Whether you're an engineer, de

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Hardwarians
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Denhac is a non-profit hackerspace founded in 2008. Er, wait, what’s a hackerspace? Hackerspaces are simply places for people to learn, work on tech projects, socialize and collaborate. Denhac offers a community space for classes and events, anywhere

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So you've got a working prototype... now what? Taking your hardware product from garage to factory can be a stressful and costly step with countless unknowns, but it doesn't have to be that way! In this group, we'll teach you about all those crucial,

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The Bay Area has a ton of people that love hardware - so why don't we get together?! The Silicon Valley Hardware Meetup is for anyone that loves making, building or using hardware - from hobbyists to professionals. From 3d printing to drones, any and

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This is a learning / doing discussion group focused on developing electronic hardware / software / electronic products. Discussions are themed around a topic (could be RF, could be using FPGA tools or a favorite compiler, could be PCB layout, could b

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Hardware Developers
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Check out our Timeline to see our Meetup's milestones Follow us on Twitter @SEAWearer This is a group for anyone interested in wearable technology, biohacking/biosensors, and meeting others who are passionate about learning and building within this s

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Hackers for India is a special group focused on protecting Indian Cyberspace and Indian organizations from cyber threats and hacking.

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Hackerspace Charlotte is a non-profit organization where people with common interests, usually in computers, technology, or digital/electronic art can meet, socialize and collaborate. Hackerspace Charlotte can be viewed as a kind of open community la

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Hackers
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Based verbatim on AHA! The Austin Hackers association. The Dallas Hackers Association is a loose group of hackers and security professionals in the Dallas, Texas area. We have meetings! We also occasionally eat sushi, BBQ, and play poker. Our meeting

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The phrase "Hacker Community" may be an oxymoron but so's your mom. We're calling all white hat, black hat and pink hat hackers in Portland, ME to come talk nerdy to us. What's a hacker? Someone who likes to know how stuff works - someone who likes t

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April 19, 2015

HackerspacesTOG is a hackerspace based in Dublin City Centre. It is a shared space where members can have a place to be creative and work on their projects in an environment that is both inspiring and supportive of both new and old technologies. It i

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Toggers
March 8, 2015

This group is for anyone interested in IT Security: [white, black) hat hackers, penetration testers, software developers, hardware hackers, network engineers, and anyone {passionate|curious} about (legitimately) breaking and defending IT systems. We

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Stack Smashers
February 25, 2015

Hackster is an online community for hardware hackers. By popular demand, we're also launching local meetups. Our goal is simple: help hardware makers and hackers from the Bay Area connect, share ideas, and hopefully build great things together!

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Hacksters
February 11, 2015

El objetivo de la comunidad HackLab Medellín es fortalecer las aptitudes y actitudes de cada uno de sus integrantes en todos los temas que se relacionen con seguridad de la información. De igual forma la comunidad propende por la generación de recurs

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Hackers
January 19, 2015

The Bay Area has a ton of people that love hardware - so why don't we get together?! The Silicon Valley Hardware Meetup is for anyone that loves making, building or using hardware - from hobbyists to professionals. From 3d printing to drones, any and

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November 13, 2014

A curated group of smart entrepreneurs in the hardware field that meet up twice a month. Members will be selected based on how they're seen fit with the flow of the group.

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October 24, 2014

Spanning Tree is a DC-area feminist hacker/maker space. We welcome people of color, trans women, genderqueer/genderneutral people, and people with disabilities. Visit our web site to learn more, sign up for our newsletter, and donate (we're a non-pro

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sparkly unicorns
October 11, 2014

Hackers for India is a special group focused on protecting Indian Cyberspace and Indian organizations from cyber threats and hacking.

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hackers
September 24, 2014

Join the community of High Desert Makers for activities and workshops. As High Desert Maker Mill, we host a variety of meetups at our makerspace in Bend and throughout Central Oregon. We help connect Makers to other Makers and community partners. Mos

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High Desert Makers
September 22, 2014

This is a group for anyone interested in Hacking, Reverse Engineering, Hardware Hacking etc. All skills levels are welcome. I started this group because to meet other Hackers in and around Hyderabad. Looking forward to exploring the Web with everybod

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