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Progress at the Oliver St Space

Since our annual meeting, there has been a lot of progress on the Oliver St space.  The space consists of three rooms.  The first room is carpeted, and the second and third room were filled with woodworking equipment.  The pictures from the first post on the space were all taken in the carpeted room. Now […]


Digital Harbor Foundation – Digital Fabrication Challenge 1

The Digital Harbor foundation STEM Core Challenge is a competition which celebrates the Engineering Design skills of Baltimore high school students. Six teams have participated to learn the basics of digital fabrication and the Engineering Design Process. Their challenge was to create a wearable product, that is worn or used as an accessory. The teams […]


Mark

Home of the Node

On Saturday, the Baltimore Node members gathered at the new space located at 403 E. Oliver St. for the annual meeting to change the bylaws and elect new officers. Mark, our former president, read his notes carefully as he guided us through the process of revising the rules around voting and the election of new […]


Node on the Road 11/15: OpenHack at BUGSS

Baltimore’s newest hackerspace (and first biohackerspace) BUGSS has agreed to host our OpenHack this week! Come on out to check out their new space and to hack with the Node. We will be meeting at 7:30 in Suite 105, 101 North Haven Street, Baltimore, MD (The North is important if you’re using GPS). There is […]


Baltimore Hackathon June 8th-10th, 2012

Come out and join some of the Baltimore Node members at the Baltimore Hackathon June 8th-10th, 2012.  Should be a good time to bust out that dusty Arduino of yours and put it back to good use, plus you might even win a prize.  Ticket includes t-shirt and tasty food for the weekend.  Check out […]


Robots at a Festival!

Coming this Saturday, April 14th, it’s… Robotfest! It’s the annual gathering of tons of awesomeness at the National Electronics Museum, near the airport.  Come and see our booth where you can build your own rocket, and launch it! There’s the DC R2 builders club and their replicas of Star Wars astromech droids, Other local hackerspaces, […]