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On December 9th 2012 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitch_Altman Mitch Altman] will visit Metalab again and he will bring kits and will also give a workshop for people who want to learn soldering or want help with the kits.  
 
On December 9th 2012 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitch_Altman Mitch Altman] will visit Metalab again and he will bring kits and will also give a workshop for people who want to learn soldering or want help with the kits.  
  
Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience level or age. If you have never made a circuit before and have no idea where to start, bring a few dollars ($10 to $30 to cover materials costs of a Brain Machine kit or other cool kits) and build it. Everyone gets personal attention, and everyone will learn enough to complete their project. If you have experience, please come and enjoy working on your project with others -- and share what you know!
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Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience level or age. If you have never made a circuit before and have no idea where to start, bring a few goldnuggets  ($10 to $30 to cover materials costs of a Brain Machine kit or other cool kits) and build it. Everyone gets personal attention, and everyone will learn enough to complete their project. If you have experience, please come and enjoy working on your project with others -- and share what you know!
  
 
More info: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Circuit_Hacking_Mondays
 
More info: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Circuit_Hacking_Mondays

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On December 9th 2012 Mitch Altman will visit Metalab again and he will bring kits and will also give a workshop for people who want to learn soldering or want help with the kits.

Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience level or age. If you have never made a circuit before and have no idea where to start, bring a few goldnuggets ($10 to $30 to cover materials costs of a Brain Machine kit or other cool kits) and build it. Everyone gets personal attention, and everyone will learn enough to complete their project. If you have experience, please come and enjoy working on your project with others -- and share what you know!

More info: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Circuit_Hacking_Mondays

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