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LVL1 Boneyard Hackathon 2012

Posted on Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 in Arduino, contest, Hackerspace by DP

LVL1 Louisville Hackerspace is organizing a boneyard hackathon this June. Basically you, and your team get an Arduino, a breadboard, and you have 24 hours to build something from the junk-box parts that are there. The entry fee is $30 per team, and the best 3 teams get trophies and a years worth of bragging rights.

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2 Responses to “LVL1 Boneyard Hackathon 2012”

  1. Felix says:

    barging = bragging ?

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