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=Planned=
 
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==Open day, Date 30 March 2013==
 
[[File:Randomdatafulllogo.jpg|200px]]  [[File:Spacebuild31.jpg|200px]]  [[File:Spacebuild33.jpg|200px]]<br>
 
Randomdata is opening their doors in a free format way to start some activity's yourself.<br>
 
We have DIY Activity's from 10:00 till 17:00.<br>
 
We might do some presentations too. As soon as we have a date we let you know!<br>
 
<br>
 
  
===Sample Activity's===
 
*[[Workshops_Archive#Arduino_playground_1:_13_April|Adruino Playground]]
 
*[[Workshops_Archive#DIY_IDS:_18_may|Play around with your own IPS system]]
 
*[[Workshops#Lego_mindstorms_playground:_Tuesday_21-02-2012|Lego Mindstorm hacks]]
 
*Live Hacks with whatever the space supply's :-)
 
*Hacker Movie'ssssss
 
  
===Keymasters available during the day===
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== FPGA's for dummies by Karl de Boois: August 26  ==
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|Who||From||Till||Does What||Keymaster
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==Lockpicking 101 and playground by ToooL Eindhoven - 10th of may 2013==
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===Details===
[[File:Toool-ehv.jpg|400px]]<br>
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When: the 26th of august  Food: 18:00 Start: 19:00<br>
The Open Organisation of Lockpickers (Toool) Eindhoven is coming over to give us a 101 lockpicking and playground.<br>
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Where: [http://www.randomdata.nl/wiki/index.php/Contact#The_space_location the space]<br>
Walter Belgers will give us the basics and hands-on on [http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockpicken lockpicking].<br>
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When: 5th of may 18:00 0xf00d, 19:00 start workshop<br>
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Where: The space, so '''NOT''' in Eindhoven<br>
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Who: Walter Belgers, the founder and chairman of [http://ehv.toool.nl/ Toool eindhoven].<br>
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===Agenda===
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The plan is to keep the evening "free-format" and we will see what will happen :-)
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===Who's coming?===
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Max 10 persons
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#Walter
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#Fish_
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#PLEASE ADD YOURSELF if you want to join.
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Please leave your name if you would like to attend, Prio on #randomdata people's, guests are kindly asked for a donation for the space.
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=== Activities===
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Invited speaker: Karl is an experienced Altera Field Application Engineer.
  
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In this workshop he will be teaching the basics of FPGA.
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=== Required hardware ===
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A limited quantity of these can be borrowed during the workshop.
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'''Update:'''<span style="text-decoration: line-through;"> Can also be purchased from speaker for the indicated price</span>
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Get your own online. If you order abroad, be aware of possibly high import fees.
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* Altera MAX 10 (should be around 49 euro)
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* Altera Atlas (should be around 99 euro)
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Attendance without the hardware is possible.
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=== Required software ===
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* Altera Quartus Prime ([http://dl.altera.com/?edition=lite])
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*: Download Quartus Prime 16 Make sure to install at least Nios II EDS and ModelSim-Altera Edition (separate downloads are available)
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* additional software for Altera Atlas: [http://dl.altera.com/soceds/?edition=standard]
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The above are known to be working on Windows 7+ - 8.1 (Windows 10 not officially supported) and Linux (RH 5.10 or 6.5, or Centos equivalent, Debian not officially supported)
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be aware of the hefty system requirements: HDD space 35 GB+ (VM disk size at least 60 GB incl. OS) and 2 GB RAM (MAX 10)
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=== suggested reading ===
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[https://www.altera.com/en_US/pdfs/literature/misc/FPGAs_For_Dummies_eBook.pdf eBook FPGA's For Dummies]
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===Who will be there ===
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First come first serve with priority on members.
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Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl
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(max 10 participants at the moment)
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# Karl (presenter)
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# themba
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# jcw
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# cmpxchg
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# [com]buster
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# Koen
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# Rutger
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# Aeroraver
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#
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== ESP8266 wifi enables SoC: getting started/for beginners: January 20, 2017 (date tentative)  ==
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===Details===
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When: the 20th of januari 2017  Food: 18:00  Start: 19:00<br>
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Where: [http://www.randomdata.nl/wiki/index.php/Contact#The_space_location the space]<br>
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Invited speaker: zarya
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This workshop is intended to get you started with esp8266. No prior knowledge will be assumed.
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=== Required hardware ===
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TBD. Will probably be provided.
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=== Required software ===
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TBD
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===Who will be there ===
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First come first serve with priority on members.
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Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl
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(max 10 participants at the moment)
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# zarya
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# themba
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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== CAD: designing for 3d printering: tbd ==
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=== Activities===
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We will survey a number of popular free and open-source software packages for CAD modelling. Followed by the opportunity to collectively and collaboratively explore the possibilities in a hands-on session.
 +
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=== Prerequisites ===
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* no knowledge required
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* possibly but not necessary: something you'd like to design
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* a laptop with:
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** FreeCad (preferably 0.16)
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** openscad
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===Details===
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When: '''tbd, 2016'''  Food: 18:00  Start: 19:00<br>
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Where: [http://www.randomdata.nl/wiki/index.php/Contact#The_space_location the space]<br>
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What will we do: short intro and then hands on trial and error
 +
 +
===Who will be there ===
 +
First come first serve with priority on members.
 +
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
 +
Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl
 +
(max 10 participants at the moment)
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# themba
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
  
 
=In the pipeline=
 
=In the pipeline=
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==  Word clock workshop, december 2016  ==
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===Details===
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When: tbd of august  Food: 18:00  Start: 19:00<br>
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Where: [http://www.randomdata.nl/wiki/index.php/Contact#The_space_location the space]<br>
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=== Activities===
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We will build our own version of this clock:
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http://www.instructables.com/id/My-Arduino-WordClock/
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Note: provided materials will include code and printouts for a Dutch clock. Translating the clock to <your language> will take a bit of additional work and access to an A3 (laser) printer.
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===  Cost  ===
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Participation fee: tbd
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This is purely to cover all necessary parts that you can take home after the workshop and includes:
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* NodeMCU wifi module
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* ledstrip
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* ikea picture frame
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* power supply
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* bits and pieces to put things together
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Non-members will also be kindly asked for a small donation to the space
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===Who will be there ===
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First come first serve with priority on members.
 +
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
 +
Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl
 +
(max 10 participants at the moment)
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# 1sand0s
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# themba
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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#
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==SIEM (Security Log Analayses): TBD 2014==
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[[File:OSSIM.png]]<br>
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All our servers, workstations, firewalls, IPSes, routers, etc are creating a bunch of log's but what can we do with it?
 +
Log corelation is one interesting way to handle them. This workshop will give you some hands-on on OSSIM (Open Source Security Information Management)
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Needed for this session:
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*Laptop
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**with VM-WAR(EZ) ;-)
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**Enoughy mem to handle 3 VM's (min 4 GB)
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**Network connection (no Wireless)
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Agenda:
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*Introduction
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*What is interesting to know
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*What are the sources
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*What is your goal
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*Hands-on
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===Details===
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When: TBD food at 18:00, 19:00 Workshop<br>
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Where: The space<br>
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Who: Fish_<br>
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What do you need:
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*bring your laptop, WITH network interface
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===Who's attending?===
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Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
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Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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#Fish_
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#Rio
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#Ardillo
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#Please add yourself or contact workshops@randomdata.nl <br>
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==BGP  for beginners: 29th January 2013 -- POSTPONED DUE NULLROUTING ABOUTTHEROUTE==
 
==BGP  for beginners: 29th January 2013 -- POSTPONED DUE NULLROUTING ABOUTTHEROUTE==
  
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If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)
 
If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)
  
==Gaming night(s) next TBD==
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=Requests=
[[File:Doom.png|150px]][[File:Decent.png|150px]]<br>
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Please write down your requests here, don't forget enough details and your name
Check the Gaming page :-) [[Gaming_night]]
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==[REQUESTED] Arduino Workshop for beginners ==
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Friends of jeroenh have expressed an interest in an Arduino for beginners workshop. There are about 5 who expressed an interest. Date setting is not their forte, so we should just set a date and see how many show up. I feel there is enough interest from the rest of the community also.
  
==To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!==
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==[REQUESTED] Workshop/Seminar Software-defined networking==
How win all the capture the flag games? That's what everyone wants to know! Me^WWe will give a short introduction on how to crack the challenges and win the game.<br>
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I'm not even sure if this is the right place to request such a thing, but he! I can try, right? So what is Software-defined networking all about? I've been reading about this subject for a bit and the subject just doesn't land. It's still too abstract for me. I might have been reading the wrong papers but I prefer to learn interactively. So is there anybody else who wants to learn about Software-defined networking? Let fan out and find someone who is prepared to do a workshop on this subject. Suggestions?
This night is brought you by several hack in the box.nl ctf members!
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===Status===
===The Workshop details===
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We can organize "something" with one of our partners/sponsors, they are expert in visualization, does that ring a bell?
<del>When: 30th of August 18:00 0xf00d and 19:00 start</del><br>
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NEW DATE PLANNED SOON!
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Where: Le space<br>
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Who: [[user:DrWhax|DrWhax]]<br>
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On this workshop you will learn:
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*A short introduction of playing the wargames/ctf
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*How to attack various challenges.
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*Find 0dayz!
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Stuff you need: A laptop, your hax0r mindset.
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===Who's attending?===
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Abouttheroute: *update* I've talked to one of the european DC guys, and he is willing to give us a talk about Cisco's vission on SDN. He is not a programmer/hacker/nerd, but more an architect, but very good at that.  
Max 15 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
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Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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Please add yourself to the list.
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Any takers?
#Fish_
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#Mortal (non-member
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==Gaming night(s) next TBD==
#junk
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[[File:Doom.png|150px]][[File:Decent.png|150px]]<br>
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Check the Gaming page :-) [[Gaming_night]]
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#Please add yourself to the list if you are interested.
  
==Build your own camera: NEW DATE SCHEDULED SOON!==
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==Build your own camera==
 
Every body has one, isn't it a dedicated camera then it's one in your phone, ipod, etc.<br>
 
Every body has one, isn't it a dedicated camera then it's one in your phone, ipod, etc.<br>
 
In this session we will bring you back to the old days, the days when it al started: 1816.<br>
 
In this session we will bring you back to the old days, the days when it al started: 1816.<br>
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Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
 
Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
 
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
 
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
#Please add yourself to the list
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#Please add yourself to the list if you are interested.
#DrWhax (non-member)
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#Kalola
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#iTdeal
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=Requests=
 
Please write down your requests here, don't forget enough details and your name
 
==[REQUESTED] Workshop/Seminar Software-defined networking==
 
I'm not even sure if this is the right place to request such a thing, but he! I can try, right? So what is Software-defined networking all about? I've been reading about this subject for a bit and the subject just doesn't land. It's still too abstract for me. I might have been reading the wrong papers but I prefer to learn interactively. So is there anybody else who wants to learn about Software-defined networking? Let fan out and find someone who is prepared to do a workshop on this subject. Suggestions?
 
===Status===
 
We can organize "something" with one of our partners/sponsors, they are expert in visualization, does that ring a bell?
 
  
  
 
=Archive=
 
=Archive=
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==2016==
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Open_hackerspaces_day_NL:_26_March_2016]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Introduction_pentesting:_Friday.2C_March_11th.2C_2016]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#KiCAD_hands-on:_pcb_layout:_februari_26.2C_2016]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Etching_pcb.27s_with_an_Ultimaker:_januari_15.2C_2016]]
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==2015==
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Smashing_With_Dinos]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Open_hackerspaces_day_NL:_28_March_2015]]
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==2014==
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#[[Workshops_Archive#.28D.29DOS4Dummies:_19_December_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#OpenWRT_workshop:_8_november_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Sniffing_introduction_class:_10_October_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Hack_In_The_Random_2600_NL_Data_Box_2014:_Uber_edition_.28INVITE_ONLY.29.3D]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#3D_printing_demo_.22Maliekwartier_binnenste_buiten.22:_20_September_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Hack in The Box / Haxpo 28 tm 30 May 2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Media training/workshop voor hackers: 11 April 2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#PC Assembly for beginners: Tuesday 29 April 2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Open_hackerspaces_day_NL:_29_March_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#WOB_presentation.2Fworkshop:_21_March_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Arduino_introduction_workshop:_14_March_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#OpenCV_101:_15_February_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#UvA_Alfa_presentations_of_research:_24_January_2014]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Arduino_introduction_workshop:_17_January_2014]]
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==2013==
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#[[Workshops_Archive#30C3_Chill-out_Party:_30_December_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#NetSPLIET_Party:_29_December_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Trinket_0xMas_workshop_-_21_december_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Introduction_to_DNSSEC_-_22_Nov_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Home_Automation.2C_in.27s_and_out.27s_-_15_Nov_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Arduino_introduction_workshop:_8_November]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Java_Classloaders_-_Standards-compliant_code_injection:_Tuesday_5th_November]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#3D_Printing_driving_license_-_01_October_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Response:_Telling_non-techy.27s_about_simple_password_attacks_-_10_Sept_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Drones:_ideas.2C_pitch_and_hands-on_-_16th_July_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Sniffing_and_manipulating_Local_Area_Networks_-_5th_of_July_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#RIPE_Atlas_probes_at_hackerspaces_-_7th_of_June_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Lockpicking_101_and_playground_by_ToooL_Eindhoven_-_10th_of_may_2013]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#Open_day.2C_Date_30_March_2013]]
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==2012==
 
==2012==
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#BGP_and_IPv6_with_Iljitsch_van_Beijnum_30_november_2012]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#BGP_and_IPv6_with_Iljitsch_van_Beijnum_30_november_2012]]

Latest revision as of 14:36, 25 August 2016

Planned

FPGA's for dummies by Karl de Boois: August 26

Details

When: the 26th of august Food: 18:00 Start: 19:00
Where: the space

Activities

Invited speaker: Karl is an experienced Altera Field Application Engineer.

In this workshop he will be teaching the basics of FPGA.

Required hardware

A limited quantity of these can be borrowed during the workshop. Update: Can also be purchased from speaker for the indicated price Get your own online. If you order abroad, be aware of possibly high import fees.

  • Altera MAX 10 (should be around 49 euro)
  • Altera Atlas (should be around 99 euro)

Attendance without the hardware is possible.

Required software

  • Altera Quartus Prime ([1])
    Download Quartus Prime 16 Make sure to install at least Nios II EDS and ModelSim-Altera Edition (separate downloads are available)
  • additional software for Altera Atlas: [2]

The above are known to be working on Windows 7+ - 8.1 (Windows 10 not officially supported) and Linux (RH 5.10 or 6.5, or Centos equivalent, Debian not officially supported) be aware of the hefty system requirements: HDD space 35 GB+ (VM disk size at least 60 GB incl. OS) and 2 GB RAM (MAX 10)

suggested reading

eBook FPGA's For Dummies


Who will be there

First come first serve with priority on members. Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation. Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl (max 10 participants at the moment)

  1. Karl (presenter)
  2. themba
  3. jcw
  4. cmpxchg
  5. [com]buster
  6. Koen
  7. Rutger
  8. Aeroraver

ESP8266 wifi enables SoC: getting started/for beginners: January 20, 2017 (date tentative)

Details

When: the 20th of januari 2017 Food: 18:00 Start: 19:00
Where: the space
Invited speaker: zarya

This workshop is intended to get you started with esp8266. No prior knowledge will be assumed.

Required hardware

TBD. Will probably be provided.


Required software

TBD



Who will be there

First come first serve with priority on members. Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation. Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl (max 10 participants at the moment)

  1. zarya
  2. themba

CAD: designing for 3d printering: tbd

Activities

We will survey a number of popular free and open-source software packages for CAD modelling. Followed by the opportunity to collectively and collaboratively explore the possibilities in a hands-on session.

Prerequisites

  • no knowledge required
  • possibly but not necessary: something you'd like to design
  • a laptop with:
    • FreeCad (preferably 0.16)
    • openscad

Details

When: tbd, 2016 Food: 18:00 Start: 19:00
Where: the space
What will we do: short intro and then hands on trial and error

Who will be there

First come first serve with priority on members. Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation. Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl (max 10 participants at the moment)

  1. themba

In the pipeline

Word clock workshop, december 2016

Details

When: tbd of august Food: 18:00 Start: 19:00
Where: the space

Activities

We will build our own version of this clock: http://www.instructables.com/id/My-Arduino-WordClock/ Note: provided materials will include code and printouts for a Dutch clock. Translating the clock to <your language> will take a bit of additional work and access to an A3 (laser) printer.

Cost

Participation fee: tbd This is purely to cover all necessary parts that you can take home after the workshop and includes:

  • NodeMCU wifi module
  • ledstrip
  • ikea picture frame
  • power supply
  • bits and pieces to put things together

Non-members will also be kindly asked for a small donation to the space


Who will be there

First come first serve with priority on members. Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation. Register yourself by adding your name to the list below or send an email to workshops<at>randomdata.nl (max 10 participants at the moment)

  1. 1sand0s
  2. themba



SIEM (Security Log Analayses): TBD 2014

File:OSSIM.png
All our servers, workstations, firewalls, IPSes, routers, etc are creating a bunch of log's but what can we do with it? Log corelation is one interesting way to handle them. This workshop will give you some hands-on on OSSIM (Open Source Security Information Management)

Needed for this session:

  • Laptop
    • with VM-WAR(EZ) ;-)
    • Enoughy mem to handle 3 VM's (min 4 GB)
    • Network connection (no Wireless)

Agenda:

  • Introduction
  • What is interesting to know
  • What are the sources
  • What is your goal
  • Hands-on

Details

When: TBD food at 18:00, 19:00 Workshop
Where: The space
Who: Fish_
What do you need:

  • bring your laptop, WITH network interface

Who's attending?

Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

  1. Fish_
  2. Rio
  3. Ardillo
  4. Please add yourself or contact workshops@randomdata.nl


BGP for beginners: 29th January 2013 -- POSTPONED DUE NULLROUTING ABOUTTHEROUTE

HI all: Bad news: I'm nullrouting my packets at this moment, I fear I've gotten a mayor cold, so I'll be in bed with some oranges and a cup of thee tonight. I'm also starting a new job on friday, so I can't take any risk in letting this cold grow worse..

( Sorry to let you all down, and I'll reschedule asap, and first mate on me for the inconvenience :)

Abouttheroute does what he likes best: Talking about the routes! In this workshop we will focus on the basics: what is BGP, where is it used, some basic LAB's etc.

If appreciated by the crowd: An advanced session can be arranged on a later date.

Date will be somewhere in the end of November.

Update: Please all install GNS3 on your laptops on forehand!! www.gns3.org Labs will be provided on session!!

Details

When: 18th of January 2013, 0xf00d 18:00, workshop start: 19:00 Where: Randomdata space
Who: Abouttheroute Needed: Laptop with IP running

Who's coming?

Max 10 persons

  1. Abouttheroute duh
  2. Fish_
  3. Maltimore
  4. MishMash
  5. Deatzor
  6. AK47
  7. Ardillo
  8. Yids
  9. Hark

Please leave your name if you would like to attend Prio on #randomdata people's, guests are kindly asked for a donation for the space.

Topics requested

If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)

Requests

Please write down your requests here, don't forget enough details and your name

[REQUESTED] Arduino Workshop for beginners

Friends of jeroenh have expressed an interest in an Arduino for beginners workshop. There are about 5 who expressed an interest. Date setting is not their forte, so we should just set a date and see how many show up. I feel there is enough interest from the rest of the community also.

[REQUESTED] Workshop/Seminar Software-defined networking

I'm not even sure if this is the right place to request such a thing, but he! I can try, right? So what is Software-defined networking all about? I've been reading about this subject for a bit and the subject just doesn't land. It's still too abstract for me. I might have been reading the wrong papers but I prefer to learn interactively. So is there anybody else who wants to learn about Software-defined networking? Let fan out and find someone who is prepared to do a workshop on this subject. Suggestions?

Status

We can organize "something" with one of our partners/sponsors, they are expert in visualization, does that ring a bell?

Abouttheroute: *update* I've talked to one of the european DC guys, and he is willing to give us a talk about Cisco's vission on SDN. He is not a programmer/hacker/nerd, but more an architect, but very good at that.

Any takers?

Gaming night(s) next TBD

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Check the Gaming page :-) Gaming_night

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Build your own camera

Every body has one, isn't it a dedicated camera then it's one in your phone, ipod, etc.
In this session we will bring you back to the old days, the days when it al started: 1816.
We will build a real pinhole camera and test it. Afterwards we are able to test it and scan our pictures.

The Workshop details

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When: NEW DATE SCHEDULED SOON 18:00 0xf00d, 19:00 start workshop
Where: The space
Who: fish
On this workshop we will do:

  • A short introduction
  • Build a pinhole camera
  • Use the camera
  • Develope the films (may-be color, otherwise B/W)

There can be some small costs for the material, more info later.

Who's attending?

Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

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Archive

2016

  1. Workshops_Archive#Open_hackerspaces_day_NL:_26_March_2016
  2. Workshops_Archive#Introduction_pentesting:_Friday.2C_March_11th.2C_2016
  3. Workshops_Archive#KiCAD_hands-on:_pcb_layout:_februari_26.2C_2016
  4. Workshops_Archive#Etching_pcb.27s_with_an_Ultimaker:_januari_15.2C_2016

2015

  1. Workshops_Archive#Smashing_With_Dinos
  2. Workshops_Archive#Open_hackerspaces_day_NL:_28_March_2015


2014

  1. Workshops_Archive#.28D.29DOS4Dummies:_19_December_2014
  2. Workshops_Archive#OpenWRT_workshop:_8_november_2014
  3. Workshops_Archive#Sniffing_introduction_class:_10_October_2014
  4. Workshops_Archive#Hack_In_The_Random_2600_NL_Data_Box_2014:_Uber_edition_.28INVITE_ONLY.29.3D
  5. Workshops_Archive#3D_printing_demo_.22Maliekwartier_binnenste_buiten.22:_20_September_2014
  6. Workshops_Archive#Hack in The Box / Haxpo 28 tm 30 May 2014
  7. Workshops_Archive#Media training/workshop voor hackers: 11 April 2014
  8. Workshops_Archive#PC Assembly for beginners: Tuesday 29 April 2014
  9. Workshops_Archive#Open_hackerspaces_day_NL:_29_March_2014
  10. Workshops_Archive#WOB_presentation.2Fworkshop:_21_March_2014
  11. Workshops_Archive#Arduino_introduction_workshop:_14_March_2014
  12. Workshops_Archive#OpenCV_101:_15_February_2014
  13. Workshops_Archive#UvA_Alfa_presentations_of_research:_24_January_2014
  14. Workshops_Archive#Arduino_introduction_workshop:_17_January_2014

2013

  1. Workshops_Archive#30C3_Chill-out_Party:_30_December_2013
  2. Workshops_Archive#NetSPLIET_Party:_29_December_2013
  3. Workshops_Archive#Trinket_0xMas_workshop_-_21_december_2013
  4. Workshops_Archive#Introduction_to_DNSSEC_-_22_Nov_2013
  5. Workshops_Archive#Home_Automation.2C_in.27s_and_out.27s_-_15_Nov_2013
  6. Workshops_Archive#Arduino_introduction_workshop:_8_November
  7. Workshops_Archive#Java_Classloaders_-_Standards-compliant_code_injection:_Tuesday_5th_November
  8. Workshops_Archive#3D_Printing_driving_license_-_01_October_2013
  9. Workshops_Archive#Response:_Telling_non-techy.27s_about_simple_password_attacks_-_10_Sept_2013
  10. Workshops_Archive#Drones:_ideas.2C_pitch_and_hands-on_-_16th_July_2013
  11. Workshops_Archive#Sniffing_and_manipulating_Local_Area_Networks_-_5th_of_July_2013
  12. Workshops_Archive#RIPE_Atlas_probes_at_hackerspaces_-_7th_of_June_2013
  13. Workshops_Archive#Lockpicking_101_and_playground_by_ToooL_Eindhoven_-_10th_of_may_2013
  14. Workshops_Archive#Open_day.2C_Date_30_March_2013

2012

  1. Workshops_Archive#BGP_and_IPv6_with_Iljitsch_van_Beijnum_30_november_2012
  2. Workshops_Archive#IPv6_introduction_with_Wilco_Baan_Hofman_16_november_2012
  3. Workshops_Archive#HITR2NDB_2012_edition
  4. Workshops_Archive#Gaming night(s)
  5. Workshops_Archive#Lego mindstorms playground: Tuesday 21-02-2012
  6. Ham_radio
  7. Workshops_Archive#DIY_Amateur_radio_license_.26_The_21th_century_Radio_-_Kickoff_17-01-2012

2011

  1. Workshops_Archive#SC_101:_March_18th
  2. Workshops_Archive#Lomo-.2FAnaloge-_Photo-graphy:_26_july_2011
  3. Workshops_Archive#Hack_in_The_Random_2600_NL_Data_Box:_26th_of_November_2011

2010

  1. Workshops Archive#Arduino introduction workshop: 2 March
  2. Workshops Archive#Build a overhead projector beamer: 9 March
  3. Workshops Archive#Digital laws by BOF 1: 23 March
  4. Workshops Archive#Cisco playground 1: 7 April
  5. Workshops Archive#Arduino playground 1: 13 April
  6. Workshops Archive#LED board building: 24 April
  7. Workshops Archive#Pure-Data Workshop: 14 May
  8. Workshops Archive#DIY IDS: 18 may
  9. Workshops Archive#Office espionage: 22nd of June