Massimo Banzi, Arduino, MORE!

We have a class on Octave on Tuesday, April 9th (Think MatLab but Open Source).
Massimo Banzi (Co-founder of the Arduino) is giving a free talk on Thursday, April 11th at the Michigan Theater as a part of the Penny W. Stamps Lecture series. We will be doing impromptu Arduino lessons all night long. Come to learn, or show off your awesome Arduino Project!

We removed The Cube and built a new Command Center Computer Lab, exciting announcements about that coming soon. As a result, the place now feels twice as large and four times as amazing. We measured it. It’s true.

Board Elections! If you are knowledgeable in the ways of Community Outreach and Serious Fundraising, AHA needs you!

Make sure to check out the events page to learn about all the upcoming things that you should know about! Notacon? Penguicon? We’re going, are you?

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About Josh Williams

Woohoo! I like working with technology, hands on projects, and being terribly, terribly curious. I spend a lot of time thinking about education, particularly in the K-8 age group. Hopefully some of that thinking gets turned into action through places like All Hands Active, Bright Futures, Brain Monkeys, etc.
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