Events and Classes

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Blog: Events and Classes

  • Making Maker TV – Backstage at Junkyard Wars

    Remember the TV series “Junkyard Wars”? Ever wonder what really went on? The founder of the first US team to compete talks about how and why the show got made, along with a snark filled commentary to a never shown in the US episode. Be sure to RSVP using our MeetUp group. Making Maker Television – Backstage at Junkyard Wars: 

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  • Board Game Saturday

    Come stretch your brain and exercise your Zombie-hunting skills this Saturday at the monthly DMS Board Game Saturday (DMS-BGS for short). Bring a board or card game you enjoy, or just show up and learn a new game. Not computer games – REAL board and card games with components you can actually touch and hold in your hands. This is

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  • Check out our booth, alongside PolyPrinter, at the 3D Printing Expo, Aug. 10

    Come check out our booth and show some support for us and Poly Printer guys at the 3D Printing Expo at the North Richland Hills Public Library.  FREE entry and runs all day (yes, the flyer says 2p). The location has great parking and large a/c units to keep us comfortable! See the meetup page for more info.

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  • Foto Friday: Working with Models

    This Friday at 7:30 pm, come learn about working with models in the photography world. Where to locate agencies, freelance models, and how to approach working with them. The class will be taught by Steve Rainwater and will consist of two parts. First the main discussion. Then attendees will be able to photograph a model who has graciously agreed to

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  • DFW Virtual Reality Meetup First Meeting July 19th

    DFW Virtual Reality Meetup With the release of the Oculus Rift, Virtual Reality has taken off again. As Oculus VR CEO Palmer Luckey puts it “The games industry is at the end of a very long console cycle, one that is definitely showing its age. People want a truly next-generation gaming experience, but next-generation consoles are looking to be more

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  • Class: Bitcoin – Getting Started (July)

    Have you heard about Bitcoin but don’t know where to start or how it works? Missed the first Bitcoin class?  On Friday, July 5th Andrew LeCody will be teaching a class that will cover the basics of the Bitcoin currency and network, including: What is Bitcoin? How to use Bitcoins, finding a good/safe wallet How to get Bitcoins What the heck

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  • Lockpicking Class – May 11th (Tickets Required)

    You can pick your friends. You can pick your beer. But can you pick… a Lock? Join us on Sunday, May 11th, from 4-6pm at Dallas Makerspace as we embark on an ancient mechanical adventure to explore the inner workings of a modern lock, first developed by the Mesopotamians and Egyptians over 4000 years ago. Led by lockpickers Jamie Schwettmann and a Special Guest, this workshop will

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  • Class: Bitcoin – Getting Started

    Have you heard about Bitcoin but don’t know where to start or how it works?  On Friday, April 19th Andrew LeCody will be teaching a class that will cover the basics of the Bitcoin currency and network, including: What is Bitcoin? How to use Bitcoins, finding a good/safe wallet How to get Bitcoins What the heck is mining? The class will

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  • DMS Python Class 2

    “This was a triumph…” The second Python class had a large turnout today. We repeated our feat of packing the classroom. Kudos to Daniel  Hosterman for a well orchestrated presentation. The group is picking up momentum. Activities included defining strings in fancy ways, manipulating those strings with native Python functionality, and defining/throwing around new functions. The group has a diverse

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