Welcome to the HacDC Wiki
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Welcome to HacDC. We are a hacker space located in Washington, DC. HacDC members improve the world by creatively rethinking technology. We break, build, and occasionally abuse technology in the pursuit of greater knowledge about how it works and repurposing it to build new things. Our shop is located in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of the District of Columbia.
If you're new here, you should start by looking at our public web site at hacdc.org. Our Wiki is mostly for internal organization, but you're welcome to look through to get a sense of what we work on (and consider joining yourself!). We invite you to subscribe to our Blabber public discussion mailing list.
< All our neat tools/toys/supplies, layout of the space, etc. >
- 3D Printing - Lulzbot Mini, 3d systems cube, rostock max v2, and a prusa up and running in the space
- Cambridge Stereoscan 200 Scanning Electron Microscope We're restoring an electron microscope. 
- Event Planning
- What I Stole
< Themes and threads that span across the other categories in the Wiki. This is also where we keep things that don't easily fit in other categories >
- Batch_III Outgoing items
- Proposed Standing Rules
- Meeting Minutes and Agendas (next: Regular_Member_Meeting_2015_11_10)
- Hacker Travel
< Where our projects collaborate and document their research and progress. >
< Pages on people in our community >
< Our Policy Manual is divided into the following subcategories >
- Articles of Incorporation
- Meeting Rules
- Resource Use Policy
- Resource Disposal Policy
- Communications Policy
- Licensing Policy
Extra stuff, buried by wiki cleanup.
Cool Stuff Going On Right Now!
< Workshops, Projects, Brainstorming Sessions >
- Microcontroller Mondays
- Amateur radio Ham Radio -- make stuff, get your license, QSO, test, tinker, learn,...
- 3D Thursdays -- 3-D printing enthusiasts are on hand and we have many working and workable printers of various types ...usually from 6:00pm on.)
< Join our HacDC Meetup Group to stay on top of all our events > <googlecalendar>?showTitle=0&showNav=0&showPrint=0&showTabs=0&showCalendars=0&mode=AGENDA&height=250&wkst=1&bgcolor=%23FFFFFF&src=uu5p71ump3g23l2mj7cvk2l2tb7girmo%40import.calendar.google.com&color=%23AB8B00&ctz=America%2FNew_York" style=" border:solid 1px #777 " width="500" height="250" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></googlecalendar>
Past Cool Stuff That Will Happen Again
< Ask us about any project you'd like to resurrect >
- HacDC Summer School This aspires to be a yearly beginner-level workshop series giving attendees an introduction to physical computing. Topics for 2013 included integrated circuits kit-soldering, Arduino programming, and working with Processing.org (full description). A more integrated curriculum is being planned to roll-in Intro to Electronics, Intro to Programming, AVR programming, IoT workshops, and more...
- "Schemers" a Biweekly SICP study group meeting on alternate Tuesdays
- The Elements of Computing Systems: Building a Modern Computer from First Principles
- Intro to Visuals for Programmers
- Electron Tube Class
- Max/MSP Workshop
- Quantified Self
- Intro to Programming
- AVR Microcontroller Class 2011
- Great Global Hackerspace Challenge
- Linux Class
- Bike Maintenance Class
- HacDC Spaceblimp 5
- Robotics Class 2011