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Passion Before Fashion: Stories From a Life of Hacking

Saturday, Nov 10th, 2018

The hacker community has changed since Joe Grand first discovered it as a kid in 1982. Back then, tinkering with technology was a guarantee for ridicule and torment. Only those truly curious were connecting to computer systems, traversing the telephone network, and occasionally causing mischief. Today, hackers have largely become accepted into mainstream society and, at times, even influenced by corporate culture. [ continue ]

Hacking, Phreaking, & Juvenile Delinquency

Thursday, Apr 12th, 2018

In a time when tinkering with technology was a guarantee for ridicule and torment, a small group of curious explorers were connecting to computer systems, traversing the telephone network, and occasionally causing mischief. [ continue ]

PCB-RE: Tools & Techniques

Thursday, Dec 28th, 2017

Printed circuit board (PCB) reverse engineering (RE) is an art in its own right, despite the apparent simplicity of determining electrical connectivity between related components on a circuit board. [ continue ]

101 Ways to Brick Your Hardware

Friday, Aug 5th, 2016

Spend some time hacking hardware and you’ll eventually render a piece of equipment unusable. This presentation provides examples of common mistakes that can temporarily or permanently damage electronic systems and ways to recover, if possible. [ continue ]

…and Hardware for All

Wednesday, Mar 18th, 2015

The proliferation of electronic modules, development tools, and do-it-yourself communities has led to a world where the creation of hardware projects is accessible to people of all skill levels. With dedication and a willingness to learn, explore, experiment, fail, and succeed, one can build just about anything that comes to mind. [ continue ]

Press

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