Binary Analysis - Learn to break stuff

Presented by: Jason Slagle, John Hammond

In this Pre-Compiler, we'll take a dive into the world of reverse engineering. ...

Tags: Hardware, SecurityFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Intermediate

Solar Critters Workshop

Presented by: Christopher Judd

Critters like turtles, frogs, and lizards can be fun to play with. They can have vibrant colors and run around. In this hands-on workshop, kidz of all ages will use their creativity to decorate and build their own moving critters. Along the way, kidz will learn basic electronics using solar power to...

Tags: HardwareFormat: KidzMash Sessionz

Mad Scientist Lab With Raspberry Pi Pico Microcontrollers

Presented by: Barry Tarlton, Brendan Barth

Carefully plugging the wires into the bread board, doubt seeps in, “should the red wire go to ground or the white one?” LEDs all in place, Python code properly indented (spaces, not tabs), prayers go up for the magic smoke to not escape as the electronics are powered on. In an instant, worries...

Tags: Python, Hardware, IoTFormat: PreCompilerLevel: Intermediate

A squishy Play-Doh intro to Electronics

Presented by: Damon Stamper

Learning electronics doesn't have to be hard. In fact it can be quite squishy! Come learn some simple electronics and play with Play-Doh along the way. ...

Tags: Hardware, Soft SkillsFormat: KidzMash Sessionz

Building a Pan/Tilt/Zoom Live Streaming Camera Rig

Presented by: Todd Sharp

In this session, you'll see how I used an XBox controller, Arduino, a few servo motors and some HTML and JavaScript APIs to build the whole assembly. Even if you don't need your own PTZ rig, you'll still learn about some really cool JavaScript APIs like Web Serial, and the Gamepad API that you may...

Tags: Javascript, Hardware, IoTFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview

Light Up with Graphite!

Presented by: Erin Hanton

Did you know you can make electrical circuits with all kinds of conductors, including the graphite in your pencils? In this session we'll learn a bit about electrical circuit basics and make some LEDs light up by experimenting with drawing some circuits on paper with regular graphite!

Tags: HardwareFormat: KidzMash Sessionz

My Pi in the Sky - Running MySQL on a Raspberry Pi and Replicating Data to the Cloud

Presented by: Scott Stroz

Did you know that you can run MySQL on a Raspberry Pi and replicate the data to the cloud? ...

Tags: Hardware, DatabasesFormat: General SessionLevel: Advanced

Talking to the Astronauts: Amateur HAM Radio

Presented by: Laci Graham

This interactive talk is open to anyone who is interested but suggested for older kids. In this talk we’ll learn about how radios work, how to get your amateur radio license, and we’ll talk to the astronauts in the International Space Station.

Tags: Hardware, System Design, ObservabilityFormat: KidzMash Sessionz

Watch this! Building a Health app for Wear OS

Presented by: Sierra OBryan

One of the most popular answers for a favorite smart watch feature is to monitor your health. From steps to heart rate to exercise to sleep, smart watches do it all and with Jetpack Compose and Health Services, we can build our own app for Wear OS! ...

Tags: Hardware, MobileFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate