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Photo Essay: HackCville’s Skillshare Week

This week was HackCville’s skillshare week – members hosted classes for each other in everything from sewing machines to wearable electronics.

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theCourseForum.com hosted a free introduction to Ruby and Rails development from their trial by fire experts. HackCville ran out of chairs at the workshop!

 

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One of HackCville’s members hosted an introductory session on screenprinting. The workshop covered setup, printing basics, troubleshooting, and more.

 

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The crafting collective Craft Cville hosted a workshop on the basics of sewing machines. The workshop covered the parts of a sewing machine, how to thread the machine and how to do a basic stitch.

 

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The Intro to Databases workshop invited students and community members to learn the basics of databases and to meet local experts.

 

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Kim Wilkens of Tech Girls led a workshop on wearable electronics. Here, one of the younger students of the evening shows off her new bracelet.

 

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One attendee showed off his tricked-out sweatshirt lighting system.

 

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Spencer Ingram, HackCville founder, whiteboards away during the Do the Doable workshop.

 

 

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