– Class/Event description: Join us along with Andy Moore of Cap N Cork Homebrew Supply and learn how to make beer at home! Andy will be brewing a batch of beer as well as providing insight and knowledge into the brewing process. The event will cover all of the equipment and ingredients to make your own beer at home.
Flask is a popular Python package for developing web applications. Flask is considered a “micro” framework with a simple core and numerous extensions for database integration, form validation, authentication and more.
During the class Bruce will demonstrate a simple website using Flask in a Python virtual environment. Topics will include the model-view-controller (MVC) paradigm, Jinja2 templates and if time permits, integrating a simple SQLite database using SQLAlchemy.
– Some prior knowledge of Python
– Bring a personal laptop if you want to create the website during the class. (Code will be provided.)
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Learn to open locks without the key. A fun hobby and intellectual exercise.
Our trainer can have you opening simple locks by the end of class.
Tools will be supplied during the class but many people wish to purchase their own tools to train with. Suggested tools are either the TOOOL Tremendous Twelve Toolkit available at http://toool.us/equipment.html OR The SouthORD MPXS-08, MPXS-11, or MPX-14 available at http://www.southord.com or http://www.lockpickersmall.
i3 member Ashley hosted two classes to introduce the new (to i3) Letterpress. The press is a Line-O-Scribe Show Card Writer. The press was built sometime between 1920 and 1940 in Adrian MI.
The class demonstrated basic letterpress techniques and printing. The students picked a Valentine’s Day theme pattern to print. Then the pattern was reversed and carved into linoleum blocks. Different colored inks and paper card stock are picked to create hand made Valentine’s Day cards. The linoleum blocks are put on the press, ink rolled onto the block, and pressure applied to create beautiful cards.
Letterpress made in Michigan
The press surrounded by colored oil inks