Resistor is open tonight for a special new years craft night! We start at 8pm and go until next year. Come by to hack on projects and celebrate the end of 2016!
CryptoParty returns to NYC Resistor on January 28th, 2017 for a night of learning about your digital defense in the age of mass surveillance from Fort Meade and Madison Ave. Stop by
anytime between 3PM and 9PM and enjoy snacks and skills from a variety of online security practitioners and researchers. We’re hosting a full day mix of talks and hands-on-help.
If you’ve never been to Resistor before, check our Participate page for more info, including the Code of Conduct. Hope to see you there! If you’ve never been a CryptoParty before, please check out the CryptoParty Guiding Principles.
Saturday, January 28th, 2017 3:00PM – 9:00PM.
It’s Boxing Day, but that’s not stopping Craft Night. Monday Craft Night / Knit Knight are still happening – come by after 7pm-ish and join us.
And here are some goats in sweaters, just because.
Last year, we had a craft night on new years eve and it went swimmingly so listen up:
Craft Night happens almost every Thursday but this time It’s on a Saturday, because it’s NYE and this is a special public night.
This time there will be dancing:
And there will be science:
So stop by and meet people, share knowledge, and work on your projects. Don’t forget to bring a project to work on!
Feel free to bring snacks or drinks!
This event like all NYC Resistor events is 18 and over and governed by out code of conduct.
More information: http://www.nycresistor.com/participate/
NYC Resistor Code of Conduct: http://www.nycresistor.com/2015/08/04/nyc-resistor-code-of-conduct/
It’s time for us to start scheming our classes for next year, and I’m looking for ideas. What classes do you want to see from NYC Resistor in 2017?
Get a text message when your plants need watering!
There’s still room in our Internet of Dirt class this Saturday. We’ll talk about the Internet of Things as a general idea, what kinds of Internet-connected devices you might want to build, and how you can plan your own projects. You’ll learn how to connect your project to the Internet, send HTTP requests, and interact with sensors. We’ll set up a basic soil sensor and program it to message you when your plant needs watering!
There’s no Thursday Craft Night this week! Resistor will be closed for Thanksgiving.