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Making 101: Getting started in making with open-source hardware and software

A session at Boise Code Camp 2016

Saturday 19th March, 2016

3:05pm to 4:20pm (MST)

Session Level: 100

In this session, we take a new outlook towards the art and science of Making. We will dive into the modern 'Maker movement' and learn the tools to help us get started. Makers continue to power micro-economies across the world by creating new ideas for technology and business. Boise is a growing hub of new ideas and it is only right to create youth who grow organically into great ideas for the future. This session is set to inspire the youth (young at heart!) to take up active roles in creating an active local maker movement.

To this session, I bring in my years of experience in making with open-source hardware and software. I also bring in my dozen and odd experiences from various hackathons. I bring in my growing experience in trying to build a startup from our hackathon-winning idea!

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Shashank Bangalore Lakshman

R&D Engineer @ Micron | Creative Maker

Shashank is a young, creative artist-engineer. He aspires to create innovative solutions at the confluence of modern art and technology. Through tools of creativity and innovation, he intends to work on some of the most challenging problems in the world. He believes that art, programming and electronics can help creatively shape solutions for tomorrow’s world. While he is not running code or debugging hardware, he loves to listen to music and dabble with brush, colors and pencils.

Shashank has a MS degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University. He is currently a R&D Engineer working on Emerging Semiconductor Memories. He is also the co-founder of an early-stage startup called ‘AirQuail’

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Time 3:05pm4:20pm MST

Date Sat 19th March 2016

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