Events

May 19–21, 2017
Bay Area Maker Faire 2017 in San Mateo, CA, USA
Speaker: Learn to program hardware with a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero and $8 in parts
Speaker: Breakout Bricks a new twist on surface mount breakout boards from Low Voltage Labs


Past Events

September 10–11, 2016
Portland Mini Maker Faire 2016 in Portland, OR, USA
Maker

May 12–13, 2016
Maker Faire Bay Area 2016 in San Mateo, CA, USA

September 12–13, 2015
Portland Mini Maker Faire 2015 in Portland, OR, USA
Maker

May 15, 2015
Maker Faire Bay Area 2015 in San Mateo, CA, USA
Speaker: Meta Pi: Design a Raspberry Pi HAT using KiCad running on the Raspberry Pi 2

September 13–14, 2014
Portland Mini Maker Faire 2014 in Portland, OR, USA
Maker: Photos from the Portland Mini Maker Faire 2014

May 17–18, 2014
Maker Faire Bay Area 2014 in San Mateo, CA, USA
Maker: Photos from Maker Faire Bay Area 2014

September 14–15, 2013
Portland Mini Maker Faire 2013 in Portland, OR, USA
Maker: Photos from the Portland Mini Maker Faire 2013

September 6, 2013
Open Hardware Summit 2013 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

June 15, 2013
Eugene Mini Maker Faire 2013 in Eugene, OR, USA
Maker: Photos from the Eugene Mini Maker Faire 2013

June 8–9, 2013
Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2013 in Seattle, WA, USA
Maker: Photos from the Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2013

May 18–19, 2013
Maker Faire Bay Area 2013 in San Mateo, CA, USA
Low Voltage Labs and Samurai Circuits shared a Maker Exhibit booth at the 2013 Bay Area Maker Faire.
Maker: Photos from Maker Faire Bay Area 2013

April 27–28, 2013
LinuxFest Northwest 2013 in Bellingham, WA, USA
Presentation: Hardware interfacing with the Raspberry Pi GPIO for the software geek

September 15–16, 2012
Portland Mini Maker Faire 2012 in Portland, OR, USA
Maker: Low Voltage Lab’s booth at the Portland Mini Maker Faire

June 2–3, 2012
Seattle Mini Maker Faire 2012 in Seattle, WA, USA
Presentation: Release your Hardware Hacker potential with KiCAD

June 1–4, 2010
Open Source Bridge 2010 in Portland, OR, USA
Presentation: Release your hardware hacker potential with gEDA

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