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.

1496813_823118074371327_483564066_n hosted a free introduction to Ruby and Rails development from their trial by fire experts. HackCville ran out of chairs at the workshop!


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


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.


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


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.


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


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



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