Tindie is super excited to be coming to Dublin this week! Tindie is hosting a Bring-A-Hack in Dublin this Friday along with Hackaday and TOG Hackerspace the night before the Hackaday Dublin Unconference.
All you need to do for the Bring-a-Hack is to RSVP.
If you’re quick you might also snag a ticket for the Hackaday Dublin Unconference — check the link above. Join Jasmine Brackett, Tindie Product Manager, along with Mike Szczys, Editor-in-Chief of Hackaday, Contributing Editor Jenny List, Supplyframe Director of Product Sophi Kravitz, and about 150 other people from the Hackaday and Tindie Community for a day and a night of hardware talks, food and drinks, hacks and projects. We’d love to see you at both or either.
Friday: Bring-A-Hack at TOG
Come hang out with Hackaday and Tindie night before the Hackaday Dublin Unconference. Thanks to TOG Hackerspace, we’re really pleased to host this Bring-a-Hack in the heart of Dubin on Friday evening.
Grab a small and easy to carry project you’d like to show off and come enjoy a tasty beverage and some light snacks on us. This is a great opportunity for visitors to Dublin or folks new to TOG to check it out and meet the members.
We’re looking forward to seeing what Dublin makers are working on, especially from local Seller PartFusion (who is also a TOG member and vouched for us for this event. Thank you!) and what’s new with AnalysisIR.
This event is open to anyone, so even if you can’t make it to the Unconference, we’d love to see you. RSVP on Eventbrite to let us know you’re coming.
Saturday: The Hackaday Dublin Unconference!
This is Hackaday’s first big event in Ireland and there’s going to be quite a turnout at the Project Arts Centre in Temple Bar. It did sell out, but there have been a few cancellations, so you may still be able to bag a ticket. Tickets are free, thanks to DesignSpark brought to you by RS, the exclusive sponsor of the event.
If you’re excited about a project or idea you’re working on right now, come prepared with a 7-minute talk and put your name down! It’s you and other community members who step up that makes this a great event. The one last September in London was ‘epic‘.