When: Wednesday, February 10, starting at 7pm. Fee: $7. The cooking portion will be done ahead of time at home so the class will only show the canning process itself. Start to finish the process is three or more hours, but most of that time will be spent waiting for the pressure canner to cool off enough to open. Actual class time is probably closer to 1.5 or two hours. We will start with the water bath canning for a jelly followed by the pressure Read More +
Tonight for Whitehat Wednesday @ 7pm we will be playing with some WIFI related toys we just received. Yagi, parabolic, & panel antennas. WIFI Pineapple & Alfa WIFI card. ESP8266 WiFi Module. WIFI cracking programs/scripts. Swing by if you would like to demo them. A few knowledgeable guys will be here for any questions you may have regarding anything WIFI. We will be having another WIFI cracking class in a few weeks so get familiar now with the tools and techniques we will cover.
We are bringing back Whitehat Wednesdays! Our first class/workshop will go over the basics of Assembly language. When: Wednesday, December 23 – 7:30pm-9:30pm Class Prerequisites: Must have a basic understanding of the C programming language, as this class will show how C code corresponds to assembly code. Lab Requirements: Requires a Linux system (recommend Kali) with gcc and gdb This class serves as a foundation x86 assembly language. It teaches the basic concepts and describes the hardware that assembly code deals with. It also goes Read More +
Today we received our first Pi Zero, Priced at just $5, we were lucky to get one the 100 orders available from Adafruit at 2am on Thanksgiving morning. Now just to figure out what project we are going to utilize this in Pi Zero features: A Broadcom BCM2835 application processor 1GHz ARM11 core (40% faster than Raspberry Pi 1) 512MB of LPDDR2 SDRAM A micro-SD card slot A mini-HDMI socket for 1080p60 video output Micro-USB sockets for data and power An unpopulated 40-pin GPIO header Read More +
Earlier this year we had a successful fundraiser for a new SawStop. We chose the saw for safety reasons, the saw blade carries a small electrical signal, which the safety system continually monitors. When skin contacts the blade, the signal changes because the human body is conductive, this causes the blade to drop and fall so the user is not harmed. All this happens in less than 5 milliseconds! We spent the last week putting it together and testing. Last night member Katie taught the Read More +
One of our members Andrew built his wife an electric spinning wheel for Christmas this year utilizing the laser cutter and woodworking tools at NESIT. Check out the details on how he built it ::here:: on his site. Be sure to check the other awesome projects he has built there too.