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Category Archives: Events
What do we do down here at AHA? Here’s a run down of what happened today: Dana has extreme focus in the video game League of Legends Keane Wolter put together another SpikerBox for Backyard Brains. These kits allow you … Continue reading
April = Awesome, check out the selection of events this month! [events_list limit="20" location="0"]
PENGUICON! We’ll be there, will you? Tentative planning is being made for AHA helping run some hacker/maker activities at the convention.
Thanks to all who spent Friday the 13th hurtling through the cosmos with All Hands Active and the Elks Lodge! There was an excellent showing indeed, and I personally witnessed folks dancing so hard that their slide rules fell out … Continue reading
There’s a LOT going on this coming month! For more details, check out the events page! 12/01 6:30pm – 8:00pm Intro to Programming w/Python #1/4 8:00pm – Late Build Night: Bring a project! 12/03 2:00pm – 4:00pm Intro to 3D … Continue reading
We had board elections, it was wonderful! The new board: Xander Honkala Kimberly Frey Nate Dotz Nate Yost Michael Senkow As always, you can reach them via: email@example.com We have new events: 11/01/2011 | 9:00pm – 12:00am | Good People … Continue reading
With a smidgen of python and a spare Rockband controller that someone brought down, we quickly reverse-engineered the joystick outputs into a neat little sampler!
Hey software junkies! Come practice honing your hacking craft at Ann Arbor’s own Craftsman Guild hosted by All Hands Active Hackerspace. This week Tuesday (August 9th!) at 6:30pm, it’s all clojure all night! Dave Ray will be running through the … Continue reading
Above you can see a very broad breakdown of what all we did to make our Barbie Jeep wonderful for racing at the Detroit Maker Faire Power Wheels Racing Series. As you can see, we ran with a lot of … Continue reading