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Intro to Soldering with Mitch Altman

CTRLH - PDX Hackerspace
7608 N Interstate Ave
Portland, OR 97217, us (map)



You can learn to solder! Anyone can. Soldering is a basic skill for just about all electronics projects. If you've never soldered before, this workshop will give you the confidence to solder in less than two hours. If you want to learn how to solder better, this workshop will show you how. If you have soldered before, this workshop will teach you to solder surface mount parts with confidence.

Mitch Altman, from Noisebridge, will be giving one of his famous workshops at PDX Hackerspace. Mitch has taught thousands of people to solder and make cool things with microcontrollers at his workshops at hackerspaces, conferences and schools almost everywhere. He can teach you, too, if you like.

If you have ever had any curiosity about making something with electronics, then please join us. Anyone and everyone can learn to make cool things. And it’s fun. And easy! You can learn to make something cool with electronics in one workshop, and take your cool project home with you!

What Intro to Soldering Workshop with Mitch Altman

Where PDX Hackerspace

7608 N Insterstate Ave.

Portland OR, 97217

When 7:00 PM, Thursday November 12th. (It is totally OK to come late) Stay as little or as long as you like. Most projects take about 1 to 2 hours.

Who It is fun to make things in the friendly community of PDX Hackerspace. Come join us. All skill levels welcome. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

Cost Instruction is Free! If you use any kits, reimbursment for kit price is requested ($10 to $20, depending on kit). There will be plenty of cool kits available to build.

About the Instructor Mitch is the brains behind Cornfield Electronics, and one of the co-founders of Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco. Mitch is best known as the inventor of TV-B-Gone, but his list of great hacks and cool electronics includes a lot of other great projects. When he is not at Noisebridge building awesome and amazing things, he is on the road from hackerspace to Hacker-Con and back again, sharing his love of electronics.