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Arduino 101 Workshop – June 25th, 12PM – 4PM

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Learn the basics of Arduino and how to leverage this embedded platform for your next electronics project. We’ll cover how to control LEDs, motors, and communicate with a variety of sensors using the Arduino IDE. We’ll also cover general electronics topics including voltage and current and basic components like resistors and capacitors. We’ll provide the Arduino and other electrical components, but you cannot take them home with you. If you want a set, I’ll make recommendations at the workshop.

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arduino-101-workshop-tickets-25950453505

What you need to do before the workshop:

1. Load your laptop with the latest Arduino IDE installed (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software) and bring it with you\

2. Brush up on C or other programming languages, just enough to be familiar with the big ideas (e.g. variables, loops, if-statements).

3. Get excited, you’re about to learn some really awesome stuff 🙂

Solder Your Own Arduino Workshop – June 18th, 1PM – 4PM

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RSVP Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/solder-your-own-arduino-workshop-tickets-25950449493

What better way is there to start your journey into electronics than to solder your own Arduino?

This workshop will teach you how to identify and solder through-hole components, a very helpful skill, especially when working with Arduino shields.

You do not need to bring anything other than yourself! Solder, soldering irons, components, etc. are all provided by LVL1. Plus, you get to keep the Arduino you soldered together!

Not sure what to do with your Arduino after the workshop? Check out our Arduino 101 Workshop the following weekend! 

2016 H-ACME CTF Challenge – May 28 – Workshop at 10AM, Competition at 12PM

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hacme challenge
The 2016 H-ACME CTF Challenge (May 28) involves a setup of virtual computers that are running off a scoring system. Each computer is vulnerable to an attack of some kind; some computers may have passwords visible, others may contain vulnerabilities in their code… it’s up to you to identify and exploit them! Each time you successfully hack a system, you will find a flag file with a code in it. This code is what you submit to the scoreboard to get your points.
Concerned that you may not have the skillz to pay the billz? No problem! We will be teaching a class earlier in the morning for those who want a primer on the tools and techniques. Additionally, we’ll also be available during the CTF competition to answer questions you have, give tips and advice on the best approach, and assist in everything short of outright telling the answer.
The workshop starts at 10AM and the competition starts at 12PM. We will provide a USB flash drive with a build of Kali Linux to boot from. All you need to do is bring your laptop! Food will be provided and prizes for the teams with the most flags will be awarded.

Arduino 101 Workshop – May 21, 12PM – 4PM

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Learn the basics of Arduino and how to leverage this embedded platform for your next electronics project. We’ll cover how to control LEDs, motors, and communicate with a variety of sensors using the Arduino IDE. We’ll also cover general electronics topics including voltage and current and basic components like resistors and capacitors. We’ll provide the Arduino and other electrical components, but you cannot take them home with you. If you want a set, I’ll make recommendations at the workshop.

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arduino-101-workshop-tickets-25200230568

What you need to do before the workshop:

1. Load your laptop with the latest Arduino IDE installed (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software) and bring it with you\

2. Brush up on C or other programming languages, just enough to be familiar with the big ideas (e.g. variables, loops, if-statements).

3. Get excited, you’re about to learn some really awesome stuff 🙂