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:* '''Sat 21st May'''- [[Workshops/Web Hacking|Hacking Hacking, Web Application Cracking Workshop #2]]
 
 
:* '''Sun 26th June''' - [[Miracle Fruit Party]]
 
:* '''Sun 26th June''' - [[Miracle Fruit Party]]
  
 
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:* '''Sat 21st May'''- [[Workshops/Web Hacking|Hacking Hacking, Web Application Cracking Workshop #2]]
 
:* '''Sat/Sun 14th/15th May''' - [[Workshops/Arduino_for_beginners_4|Arduino for Beginners Workshop]]
 
:* '''Sat/Sun 14th/15th May''' - [[Workshops/Arduino_for_beginners_4|Arduino for Beginners Workshop]]
 
:* '''Thursday 28 April''' - [[Workshops/usb|Introduction to creating USB HID class hardware interfaces]]
 
:* '''Thursday 28 April''' - [[Workshops/usb|Introduction to creating USB HID class hardware interfaces]]

Revision as of 11:59, 2 June 2011

The London Hackspace is a non-profit hackerspace in central London: a community-run workshop where people come to share tools and knowledge.
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Inside our space, Laboratory 24
Our new workshop area
Making in progress

We have a great space in Shoreditch, right next to Hoxton station, which is open to our members 24 hours a day, and we hold regular free hack evenings and workshops which are open to everyone.

Events

Google Calendar is our canonical list of events, but here's a selection. All events listed are at Laboratory 24.

Recurring
Coming up
You just missed

Current list of potential workshops

Non-hackspace organised events of interest

Other things