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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
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.
What’s so great about SudoRoom is that you are free to come and experiment in person with just a bunch of vague ideas. I’ve found that you simply can’t make the same kind of connection with people and places doing
Our most popular night for folks to gather are Tuesdays, during our hardware hack night. It’s a collision of a lot of different cool folks, and you’ll see people working on everything from the fixit clinic (hell yeah we’re going
A peaceful Sunday at the Omnicommons! I took a stroll through the neighborhood (Temescal is lovely on Sundays), then stepped into the SudoRoom and chilled to a bright, beautiful hackerspace while overhearing some cool biohacking work from the Counter culture