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Dutch hacker spaces hold open day on March 26
Nine hacker spaces in the Netherlands hold next Saturday an open day. The hacker spaces let us see what they do, what ethical hacking exactly entails and where members zoal to work.
On the open day will keep the participating hackerspaces activities such as programming and electronics boards like the Arduino and Raspberry Pi, the use of 3D printers and discussions on the use of personal data by companies and the government. In addition to the various locations shown individual projects is facilitated at hackerspaces.
Participating hackerspaces are Bitlair in Amersfoort, Sk1llz in Almere, RevSpace in The Hague, TkkrLab in Enschede, ACKspace in Heerlen, Frack in Leeuwarden, Awesome Space and Random Data NURDspace in Utrecht and Wageningen. More information about the hacker spaces and the program for each location can be found through hackerspaces.nl.
During the open day, most hackerspaces open from 11:00 am to 17:00 noon. Some locations also remain open in the evenings. A notification to visit a hacker space during the open day is not necessary. At locations where programs can be eaten at night is sign mandatory.
The nine hackerspaces participating in the open day are affiliated with the United Dutch hacker spaces and are part of a global network . In a hacker space is often an electronics shop on site, as well as a network and computerhacklab, but also a kitchen and relaxation area.
Activities which are carried out in hackerspaces range from the analysis of malware to the making of visual systems and performing musical experiments. Almost all hackerspaces hold a weekly evening forum and an annual open day.Viewing:-96
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