Learn to Set-up a Local Server: Workshop at MAD

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We are excited to announce our next Spacebrew workshop  at the Museum of Art and Design (MAD) on this coming Saturday, June 1st. This jam session is the third and last installment of our workshop series that is part of the After the Museum exhibit.

This time around, we'll teach you how to set-up your own Spacebrew sever. Anyone is welcome to join, familiarity with Spacebrew and attendance to previous workshops from this series is not required. That said, some experience with coding and using a computer terminal or console application will be helpful.

Just like our previous sessions, everyone who signs up will get complimentary entrance to the museum. Spots are limited so sign-up todayWe're looking forward to seeing you there.

Spacebrew Goes MAD: March Session

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Thanks to everyone who joined us this weekend for our first workshop at MAD, which doubled as our official March meet-up. We had a great turnout, a couple of hick-ups, some internet issues but in the end we were to connect a whole bunch of sensors, objects and applications together. Here are some pictures from Josh, who came all the way from Seattle to join us for this event. Over the next couple of days we'll upload a few more photos from other participants.

Our next workshop at MAD, and meet-up, is scheduled for May 11th. We'll be following a similar structure, however, we'll switch up the hands-on workshop to feature a different tutorial. We're still figuring out the details, but we'll keep you updated here on our blog, and on twitter - @spacebrewcc.

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