Hackaday NYC October Meetup @hackaday @MakeItNYC

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Hackaday’s October Meetup will be held next Monday October 24th at Pivotal Labs. If you are in the NYC area be sure to check it out!

Venue: Pivotal Labs (625 Avenue of the Americas, 2nd floor, New York, NY)

RSVP required: https://www.meetup.com/MakeIt-NYC/events/234425287/

Join us at Hackaday NYC’s October meetup and learn about the dynamic ways in which makers can push the envelope in the realms of robotics, biology, materials, manufacture and more.

Currently confirmed speakers include Madison Maxey, founder of Loomia, Dr. Ellen Jorgensen, co-founder and Executive Director of Genspace, and Kari Love & Matthew Borgatti of Super-Releaser.

Working on something awesome and want to share it with the community? We will once again have a brief open session for your lightning talks + announcements. If you already know that you’d like to take the mic, feel free to give Shayna a heads-up — otherwise a sign-up sheet will be available at check-in.

Additionally, Hackaday’s very own Brian Benchoff will be joining us at the meetup, so be sure to bring your projects and show off!

Watch this space for additional details + speakers! Extra special thanks to our venue provider Pivotal Labs for their continued generosity.

As always, you are welcome to contact Shayna with any questions or concerns. See you on October 24th!

RSVP here!


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