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4. Mitar - What is Intel SGX and how you can secure your JavaScript using my new [https://github.com/luckychain/node-secureworker|NPM package].
 
4. Mitar - What is Intel SGX and how you can secure your JavaScript using my new [https://github.com/luckychain/node-secureworker|NPM package].
  
5. [[User:juul|juul]] - [fread.ink https://fread.ink/] - Building a free and open source alternate operating system for electronic paper ebook readers.
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5. [[User:juul|juul]] - [https://fread.ink/ fread.ink] - Building a free and open source alternate operating system for electronic paper ebook readers.
  
 
6. Jake - Buck converters, how do they work?
 
6. Jake - Buck converters, how do they work?

Revision as of 06:18, 4 April 2017

Put your name and title of your presentation - additionally a link if anyone wants to learn more.

Please feel free to email (info@sudoroom.org) if you have questions or concerns about this event or 5MoF in general.

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2. Chris Jefferies - raspberry pis, auto-wifi raspian, xbee radios, wemos D1mini radios, node-red, MQTT, graphite/grafana, hubot/rocket.chat

3. Eran - CENX4 - A completely open, modular MIDI controller platform

4. Mitar - What is Intel SGX and how you can secure your JavaScript using my new package.

5. juul - fread.ink - Building a free and open source alternate operating system for electronic paper ebook readers.

6. Jake - Buck converters, how do they work?

8. Captain Morgan - Making flexible circuits

9. Robb - Prof-quality open source event live streaming

10. User:Romyilano - My project to build a healthy eating tool through cartoon characters that interact with your environment.