New three day course in electronics and arduino, starting on May 9th. Course runs on Saturday from 9.30am to 2.30pm. You’ll get to grips with the basics of electronics, programming and even a little bit of robotics. Learn how build devices that interact and react to the world around them. Some of the topics we’ll […]
What Learn the basics of programming AND a bit about Arduino AND feel the dopamine rush of making electric rainbow colored fire light!
We’ll be using the same kind of lights that are in one panel of our giant wall of LEDs. That’s 64 LEDs. If you already have the LEDs and power supply from our group buy then you can attend for free.
When December 6, 2014 (Saturday) @ 13:00. See your job for registration deadline.
Who Anyone! You? YOU. Max 10 people.
Where VHS main room
How …much: $75 for the LEDs + power supply you get to keep! $30 Arduino UNOs are available from the vending machine. If you already have the LEDs and power supply from our group buy then you can attend for free.
…long: 2-3h, based on interest.
Your job RSVP to this thread so people can count how many spaces are left. Register on or before November 12, 2014. Contact Dan through https://www.marginallyclever.com to pay for the parts and complete your registration. If you already have all the parts, you can attend for free.
Want to get started with reverse engineering on i386, x86-64 or ARM systems? The Hopper disassembler makes it easy! Or at least easier to understand what is going on in binaries, firmware dumps and other random executables that you might encounter.
This four hour class is taught by Trammell Hudson, the original author of the Magic Lantern firmware for Canon DSLR cameras, and will cover initial exploration of files, annotating functions, discovering common patterns and using the control-flow graph / pseudo-code generator to understand what the assembly is doing.
Experience with programming, but not necessarily assembly language, is necessary, as is a Mac or Linux laptop. Buy your tickets here!
It could use a little improvement if anyone is interested in forking it! It needs some testing with binary files. It needs a way to store the length of the message. And ideally, it'd use a pre-shared key (maybe?) to allow you both: A. define where the payload is hidden in the image, and B. actually encrypt the payload (which is, as of now, unencrypted). Which makes it so it doesn't follow Kerckhoff's Principle [wikipedia].
...Unfortunately every single message is decoded as "Drink more ovaltine" [youtube] (...just kidding. it'll do whatever payload you want)
On ~*June 28th*~ we’ll be hosting a new class on hacking NES cartridges for art and various related shenanigans. Cory Arcangel’s Super Mario Clouds is a well known work of digital art where a Nintendo game cartridge was modified to just show the clouds in the game. He also happened to release some instructions on how to reproduce his leet hax! In this workshop, we’ll be creating Super Mario Clouds from old NES cartridges, bringing modern art to your living room without having to splurge at Art Basel. Some basic soldering, desoldering, and programming will also be covered as a bonus since that’s how old NES cartridges are hacked.
Limited to 12 spots and includes your very own old Super Mario cartridge.
091 Labs weekly Tuesday open night is tonight. The open discussion on simple OOP for novice programmers continues, this week small apps will be built with Processing. Some electronics projects will also be worked on and there will be some 3D Printing demos. join us for a coffee and see what we are all about. […]
tldr? "Life giving bazooka" is an example of an Ethereum contract that represents a pyramid scheme. Check out the scheme @ github. It's called "life giving bazooka" as a knock on multi-level-marketing schemes.
We've been having a lot of fun having some nights where we're chatting up Crytpocurrency, and recently we got together and had a working session taking a look at Ethereum. We got the client up and running, and moments later gdot had a little "banking contract" running, from an LLL (lisp-like-language) tutorial.
But, to make it easier, I've been maintaining my own pre-processor (inspired by the C pre-processor) that makes a few things a little easier to work with. You can download my cll-preprocessor at github, and it includes submodules that fix the things that I needed to get Vitalik's compiler working properly, especially with PoC3.
TOG will be offering a six week introductory course to the Linux Networking on Tuesday nights starting in January. This course is a companion to Linux 1. Note that either course can be taken separately but this course assumes some basic Linux knowledge.
This course will teach you how to administer your Linux network from the command line. It will start with a detailed descripton of the TCP/IP protocol and progress to all the basic network protocols and programs used to set up web, mail and file servers with an emphasis on security.
Tuesdays Jan 7th – Feb 11th 2014.
7:00 – 10:00pm (with 30 min break)
The OSI Stack.
Ethernet and ARP
DNS, DHCP, NTP
Security and Encryption
Serving user data with LDAP
File servers with NFS and SAMBA
Web Servers with Apache, MySQL and PHP
SMTP, POP3, IMAP
And much more
You will need to bring a laptop running either Windows, OSX or Linux with VirtualBox installed. Each user will receive a virtual hard drive with the latest Debian customized for the course (See instructions below). In addition, we will be demonstrating installing various protocols on a server. Students will get to take home copies of all configuration files used in the class.