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Workshop: Tessel Hack

26th October 2015 in London at CodeNode

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Build robots with Node and Javascript! This is free-play hands-on hack time with Tessels: use sensors, connect to the internet, and even make things move. Never used hardware before? No problem! Tessel is designed to be easy for web developers to pick up, and experts Kelsey and Jon are here to help you build.

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay are Steering Committee members on the Tessel project, and two of Tessel's creators. Both come from an engineering background: Jon in Computer Engineering, and Kelsey in Neural Engineering. They've been working for the past two years on building Tessel's mission: to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices for software developers.

Check out Tessel's blog here.

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Workshop: Tessel Hack

Kelsey Breseman

Kelsey is an engineer and the director of community at Technical Machine making Tessel, a Javascript-programmable microcontroller. She likes brains, prosthetics, speculative fiction, circus arts, really, really long walks, and giving people superpowers. She is also a neural engineer and has a degree in neural engineering from Olin College.

Jon McKay

Jon McKay is a Steering Committee member on the Tessel project, and is one of Tessel's creators. Jon comes from a Computer Engineering background. He's been working for the past two years on building Tessel's mission: to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices for software developers.

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Build robots with Node and Javascript! This is free-play hands-on hack time with Tessels: use sensors, connect to the internet, and even make things move. Never used hardware before? No problem! Tessel is designed to be easy for web developers to pick up, and experts Kelsey and Jon are here to help you build.

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay are Steering Committee members on the Tessel project, and two of Tessel's creators. Both come from an engineering background: Jon in Computer Engineering, and Kelsey in Neural Engineering. They've been working for the past two years on building Tessel's mission: to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices for software developers.

Check out Tessel's blog here.

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About the Speakers

Workshop: Tessel Hack

Kelsey Breseman

Kelsey is an engineer and the director of community at Technical Machine making Tessel, a Javascript-programmable microcontroller. She likes brains, prosthetics, speculative fiction, circus arts, really, really long walks, and giving people superpowers. She is also a neural engineer and has a degree in neural engineering from Olin College.

Jon McKay

Jon McKay is a Steering Committee member on the Tessel project, and is one of Tessel's creators. Jon comes from a Computer Engineering background. He's been working for the past two years on building Tessel's mission: to create a fully open source hardware & software platform that makes it easy and intuitive to develop Internet-connected devices for software developers.

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