29 Feb '16, 9am

Announcing Hackaday Belgrade's Talks and Speakers - Hackaday

Announcing Hackaday Belgrade's Talks and Speakers - Hackaday

Hackaday is hosting a hardware conference in Belgrade on April 9th . This is arguably our first-ever European conference, and for the last few months we’ve been putting together a hackable conference badge , a list of speakers, and a set of hands-on workshops. Now, we’re finally ready to announce the workshops and talks for Hackaday | Belgrade. You can check out the scheduled talks and workshops below. Tickets for Hackaday | Belgrade are still available , and tickets for the workshops will open up today. Tickets are also cheap – $35 for a regular ticket, and about $10 and $30 for the robot and DIY musical toy workshops, respectively. The workshop tickets are only to cover material cost, and you’ll get to take your project home with you. The conference will be a blast. There will be bands and DJs, badge hacking competitions, and ten hours of talks and workshops. If you’re g...

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