Presented by Stephen Warren – Stephen instructed students on the basics of digital logic, transistors, and bread-boarding circuits. In this class students learned how to build NOT and NAND gates from scratch using mos-fets and breadboards.
Founder: Stephen Warren Stephen Warren is a software engineer, with a leaning towards embedded devices, operating systems, drivers, hardware, and electronics. This began around the age of 8 with LOGO and BASIC on 8-bit microcomputers. An early electronics project was the modification of a computer main-board to add an extra address decoding IC, which enabled
Founder: Josh Datko Josh is the founder of Cryptotronix (www.cryptotronix.com) and an experienced engineer with a solid leadership background. While at the U.S. Naval Academy, Josh started his career in security and cryptography as a Trident Scholar, a select group of researchers. After graduation, he served ten years in the Navy, active and reserve, where
Slides from Josh Datko’s recent presentation on developing the Crypto Cape for beagle bone black. Also – some awesome pictures of submarines!
Founder: Jim Zdunek Jim is a retired analytical chemist and materials scientist. He approaches each of his creative endeavors as an experiment. His interests include music, art, and electronics and he is looking forward to getting together with other makers to share ideas. As an example of his maker spirit, in 1969 he started building
Founder: Scott Converse – Product and Business Creator Just another hunk-o-protoplasm drifting through the biosphere… Currently has a small consulting practice and is involved in hackerspaces (tinkermill.org). Last 5 years or so: Founded a couple of startups (ClickCaster and Medioh). Past 20 years or so: worked in senior executive positions for Apple, Paramount Pictures/Viacom, Motorola, MCI,
Founder: Jamie Leben Jamie grew up in Loveland and along with his wife Jodi, raises their 4 school aged boys, and runs the local LulzBot 3D printer sales, service, and supplies company IT-Works 3D. He helped start and form Loveland CreatorSpace, and enjoys the many opportunities it provides for education and creativity for the community.
Founder: Daniel Packard Daniel is a robotics and software engineer who has been a part of the LCS community from the early days. He has helped to develop and organize classes, and has contributed to the web and media presence of LCS. Daniel’s excited about the opportunity to learn more skills for electrical and mechanical
Member Erik Andersen has compiled an LCS Equipment wish list – please add to this list here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnItXYDGao_wdEJScEhGUUMyRUdHSWFmcjlSQy1wLVE&usp=sharing You can also offer to donate equipment on this spreadsheet. Thanks! /daniel
Slides from Josh Datko’s presentation here: