Hey folks, we’ll be following the delightful illustrations of Aditya Bhargava’s book Grokking algorithms <3 for the next Women and NonBinary night! The focus will be on the arrays and strings chapter, and we’ll be guaranteed to make more cartoons!
We are going to have a surprise presentation on the Osborne Computer, the first “laptop” offered to the masses! This will be a super exciting session, and feel free to work on your projects at the coolest hardware hack night
For this session we’ll have a short presentation and demo of using AI to do live coding. It’d also be cool to see people who never code use some of these tools to make code. Impact on women and nonbinary
we have a chill women’s coding night at sudoroom Monday evenings. Sometimes it’s fun to code and do projects together, sometimes it’s cool to just socialize about what we’re learning. It’s spring now at Oakland’s lake Merritt so I just
If you’re lucky enough to have escaped the media hype and don’t know what Stable Diffusion is, it’s part of a wave of text to image AIs that pop out art with simple text prompts. So you can say “make
Woo hoo! We have a new flyer for the women & nonbinary coding nights Mondays. An exciting new look, maybe to reflect that although all code eventually becomes binary, people who program don’t necessarily have to look like neckbeards all
There’s various sewing machines and silkscreen printing labs downstairs – check the wiki for more https://sudoroom.org/wiki/Multimediaspace
Collaboration between groups in Oakland with our hackerspace can bring some rad results. Recently we hosted the East Bay and San Jose Bike party, a cool group of folks that go on decentralized monthly bike rides. Their parties are run
“hello there!” The poor thing has been dormant a few years, but new members have been slowly bringing the giant robot arm back to life. You too can come learn how to hack and use the robot arm at sudoroom.