New Classes!

As most of you know we are winding down the build out of our space and gearing up for our opening house party. At the same time we are starting to lay out our class schedule for the first week of October. We have posted a few classes for the first week. We will be working over the next couple of weeks to continue to grow our class offerings for the month of October. You can see all the classes we have to offer on our classes page.

Here is a list of some of the classes currently open for registration:

Introduction to Web Advertising (Part 1) Monday October 5th

Web Advertising is a medium that evolves daily.  There are millions of websites to advertise on and it is hard to know what is best for you. The goal of this course will be to empower you to select the right sites and services to drive traffic to your website. This course will start to cover these topics in two parts.

Radio Basics (Part 1) Wednesday October 7th

This class will introduce radio communication, the nitty-gritty of how signals get from a transmitter
to a receiver, and how information is encoded in those signals. We will tackle misconceptions and try
to give each student an intuitive understanding of how this stuff works, which will make future radio
classes and experimentation easier.

Introduction to Web Advertising (Part 2) Monday October 12th

Part 2 to Web Advertising is a medium that evolves daily.  There are millions of websites to advertise on and it is hard to know what is best for you. The goal of this course will be to empower you to select the right sites and services to drive traffic to your website. This course will start to cover these topics in two parts.

Part 15, CB, ham, broadcasting &You can pass the ham exam! (Part 2 of Radio Basics) Wednesday October 14th

There's more to radio than just the technology, of course, and before you get on the air
(even with a wifi AP) you should understand the rules about who can transmit where, why, and what.
This class will talk about the "license-free" myth, commercial and amateur services, licensing and
testing for individuals and for equipment. Most importantly, we will discuss why this all matters to you,
the experimenter.