Christchurch Tech Events

The Next 30 Days

Sun
06

The Foundation: Sunday Session

The Foundation is for hackers and makers – all levels and ages welcome. Get some help, learn some new skills, or just meet new people.

Finish your project

Looking for a focused place to finish your game, smartphone app, or BeagleBone project? The Foundation is for you.

Awesome kit

3D printers, electronics, a solder station, Arduinos, all free to play with. More coming soon.

Where
Above Pomeroy's Pub, 292 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 6 2015 at 1:00am to 6:00am
Mon
07

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse NZ breakfast

 

Keen to find out more about the WikiHouse project? Come join our early morning WikiHouse discussion, sharing, brainstorming over coffee and breakfast at C1 and be part of the action.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 7 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Tue
08

Coffee & Jam

Coffee & Jam is a place to share your ideas, provide feedback, learn stuff, meet some like minded folk and be inspired. Whether you're a hardened entrepreneur, an office-jockey, postman or whoever, if you're interested in finding out about what cool ideas, projects and businesses people are working on, as well as information and tips about a range of business topics, Coffee & Jam is for you. [http://www.ministryofawesome.com](http://www.ministryofawesome.com)
Where
EPIC, BNZ Lounge, Crnr Manchester & Tuam St, Christchurch
When
September 8 2015 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tue
08

Christchurch Test Professionals Network: Own1ng The Web - Kim Carter

Kim Carter is a Software Engineer, Architect, Entrepreneur and founder of BinaryMist, with a strong focus on security. Kim loves designing and creating robust software and networks, breaking software and networks, then fixing them and helping organisations increase productivity.


From Kim:
The presentation is basically the process I take to carry out a small client penetration testing assignment, but with a focus on why and how web developers should be doing the same within their teams. It goes through:

Why we even care about breaking our or a clients code and/or system(s)


Reconnaissance (information gathering), tools and tips. What can the public actually get their hands on?


Vulnerability scanning, tools and tips


Vulnerability searching, tools and tips


Exploitation, where to start, how to start, tools (and why) and tips


Demo 1: Exploiting an XSS vulnerable web app and what you can get from it. The whole reason being here is to be able to show your employer, boss, client and why they need to do something about it. After seeing how easy it is and what you can do, few will deny that it just needs to be fixed.


Discuss countermeasures


Demo 2: Exploiting people with spear phishing, obtaining their credentials by cloning, spoofing a website they frequently login at with the Social Engineer Toolkit's (SET) Credential Harvester.


Discuss countermeasures


doppelganger domains (domains that look like the real thing but are fakes)


Demo 3: Add ARP and DNS spoofing to the mix. Now when a victim browsers to a website that they like to spend time at, they will be visiting our spoofed website. In this demo, we add a Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF) hook.js to the cloned website. This hook converts the victims browser into a zombie that continually polls the BeEF comms server requesting commands to execute on the victims machine. This is the window of time we use to install a root-kit and pwn the victims machine.


Discuss countermeasures


Discuss what BeEF can do


Demo 4: Again we clone and host a website we know the victim likes to visit with SET. We use a couple of Metasploit attack methods and exploit memory injection. Then select a collection of payloads to deliver via shellcode injection. Encrypt the payloads and configure the reverse shells. launch Metasploit and watch the reverse shells connect. Attempt to escalate privileges to system account. anti-virus (AV) stops us.


Demo 5: We use Veil-Evasion to get around AV by creating our payload. We encrypt the payload with Hyperion using a weak 128-bit AES key, which decrypts itself by brute force at the time of execution on the victims machine. We use Metasploit to deliver our psexec exploit that we created with Veil-Evasion and Hyperion. We watch the attackers reverse shell connect straight to the system account.


Discuss countermeasures

Each of the demo's shows what's going on on the victims machine at the same time that the attacker is attempting to exploit the victim.


No machines will be harmed in the session.  Usual $5 fee applies for covering drinks/nibbles.

Where
House of Travel, 175 Roydvale Ave, Christchurch, nz
When
September 8 2015 at 5:30am to 7:00am
Thu
10

Think Open Data: Meet - Discuss - Make Stuff Happen

This is an open forum. A place for citizens, industry and government to meet and discuss topics of open data. The forum is action orientated and transparent. Chaired by Tim HG from LINZ SDI Programme, each week a particular opportunity/problem in the OpenData space will be highlighted and open discussion is encouraged.

Where
EPIC Centre, BNZ Space, 96-106 Manchester St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 10 2015 at 12:30am to 3:30am
Thu
10

The Valley in Christchurch: Monthly Dinner

The best thing about Silicon Valley is the people and the casual conversations that lead to bigger things. These often happen in restaurants. Christchurch (New Zealand) has restaurants and techy people, so why not bring the two together?

Food, conversation, and a convivial atmosphere. Anyone interested welcome!

Where
TBD, Christchurch, Christchurch, nz
When
September 10 2015 at 6:00am to 9:00am
Thu
10

CHCH.JS: Practical Angular: Testing

Practical Angular:
Join David Carter and Matt Tester from Stratos Technology Partners as they build a real-world Angular Single Page Application from the ground up in a series of 6 presentations.

Where
Christchurch Office, Catalyst IT Limited, Level 1, 284 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 10 2015 at 7:00am to 10:00am
Sun
13

The Foundation: Sunday Session

The Foundation is for hackers and makers – all levels and ages welcome. Get some help, learn some new skills, or just meet new people.

Finish your project

Looking for a focused place to finish your game, smartphone app, or BeagleBone project? The Foundation is for you.

Awesome kit

3D printers, electronics, a solder station, Arduinos, all free to play with. More coming soon.

Where
Above Pomeroy's Pub, 292 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 13 2015 at 1:00am to 6:00am
Mon
14

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse

Come along to an informal gathering and share ideas with like-minded others interested in the development of WikiHouse.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 14 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Mon
14

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse NZ breakfast

 

Keen to find out more about the WikiHouse project? Come join our early morning WikiHouse discussion, sharing, brainstorming over coffee and breakfast at C1 and be part of the action.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 14 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Mon
14

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse Breakfast

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 14 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Tue
15

Coffee & Jam

Coffee & Jam is a place to share your ideas, provide feedback, learn stuff, meet some like minded folk and be inspired. Whether you're a hardened entrepreneur, an office-jockey, postman or whoever, if you're interested in finding out about what cool ideas, projects and businesses people are working on, as well as information and tips about a range of business topics, Coffee & Jam is for you. [http://www.ministryofawesome.com](http://www.ministryofawesome.com)
Where
EPIC, BNZ Lounge, Crnr Manchester & Tuam St, Christchurch
When
September 15 2015 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Tue
15

Functional Christchurch: Kim Carter - Meetup #7

For this meetup Kim Carter has kindly agreed to do a talk that he is presenting at WDCNZ in Wellington. Kim has an interest in functional programming, but for this talk he will be talking about techniques he uses for owning the web. 

From Kim:

"There's no code in the talk. It's basically the process I take to exploit a client in a penetration testing assignment, but with a focus on why and how web developers should be doing the same." 

We will be covering: 

1. Why we even care about breaking our or a clients code and/or system(s) 

2. Reconnaissance (information gathering), tools and tips 

3. Vulnerability scanning, tools and tips 

4. Vulnerability searching, tools and tips 

5. Exploitation, where to start, how to start, tools (and why) and tips 

6. Demo 1: Exploiting an XSS vulnerable web app and what you can get from it. The whole reason being here is to be able to show your employer, boss, client and why they need to do something about it. After seeing how easy it is and what you can do, few will deny that it just needs to be fixed. 

7. Discuss countermeasures 


8. Demo 2: Exploiting people with spear phishing, obtaining their credentials by cloning, spoofing a website they frequently login at with the Social Engineer Toolkit's (SET) Credential Harvester. 

9. Discuss countermeasures 

10. doppelganger domains (domains that look like the real thing but are fakes)


11. Demo 3: Add ARP and DNS spoofing to the mix. Now when a victim browsers to a website that they like to spend time at, they will be visiting our spoofed website. In this demo, we add a Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF) hook.js to the cloned website. This hook converts the victims browser into a zombie that continually polls the BeEF comms server requesting commands to execute on the victims machine. This is the window of time we use to install a root-kit and pwn the victims machine.


12. Discuss countermeasures


13. Discuss what BeEF can do 

14. Demo 4: Again we clone and host a website we know the victim likes to visit with SET. We use a couple of Metasploit attack methods and exploit memory injection. Then select a collection of payloads to deliver via shellcode injection. Encrypt the payloads and configure the reverse shells. launch Metasploit and watch the reverse shells connect. Attempt to escalate privileges to system account. anti-virus (AV) stops us. 

15. Demo 5: We use Veil-Evasion to get around AV by creating our payload. We encrypt the payload with Hyperion using a weak 128-bit AES key, which decrypts itself by brute force at the time of execution on the victims machine. We use Metasploit to deliver our psexec exploit that we created with Veil-Evasion and Hyperion. We watch the attackers reverse shell connect straight to the system account. 

16. Discuss countermeasures Each of the demo's shows what's going on on the victims machine at the same time that the attacker is attempting to exploit the victim.

Where
Christchurch Office, Catalyst IT Limited, Level 1, 284 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 15 2015 at 6:00am to 9:00am
Tue
15

Functional Programming User Group

Doors open at 5.30pm.
Where
Above Pomeroy's Pub, 292 Kilmore St
When
September 15 2015 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Wed
16

Women in IT: Jade Software - Women in IT "Self Promotion"

WOMEN in IT


“Self Promotion”

16th September 

Drinks and nibbles from 5:15pm at Jade Software

5 Sir Gil Simpson Drive

Burnside

6:00 Speakers

Yvette Hooper (HR Jade)  - Introduce Jade Software

Speakers:

Caroline Francis -  Director of Marketing Jade Software

Anu Natarajan - Solutions Architect Meridian Energy

Rosie Hancock -  Applied Positive Psychology

Di McCauley – Nutritionist, Medical Herbalist

(Resistance foods "Pure  Cafe Co" & "Mint, Whole Body Health and Fitness")

Nibbles and drinks supplied.


RSVP essential - limited seating

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SPEAKERS:

Caroline Francis

Caroline spearheads Jade’s international marketing program. For the past 18 years she held senior marketing roles, both in New Zealand and overseas, in blue-chip technology companies, including EMC, VMware, AMD, Hitachi Data Systems, Datacom and 3COM. Caroline is passionate about making a difference and is a regular volunteer at the Auckland City Mission.

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Anu Natarajan


Senior Solutions Architect- Meridian Energy

15 years of commercial experience with enterprise application development, Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence solutions, technical analysis and design, 

Architecting solutions and technical consultancy across a broad technology spectrum,

Ability to communicate and simplify architectural solutions to various audiences of IT and business,

Good understanding of Software Development Life Cycle, Project Management and risk management methodologies, Web, Application, Business Intelligence and Mobile architectures

Ability to deliver a project from a concept and requirements analysis through to design, deployment, including unit and integration testing, configuration, release management, and support tools and documentation,

In-depth programming experience using Microsoft technologies and Open source technologies,

Deep knowledge on design patterns and best practices of Software Development,

Broad technical expertise in design and implementation: Highly skilled with systems analysis, domain driven design, object oriented design, database and server implementation, Web 2.0 solutions

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Rosie Hancock

Rosie is a specialist in building well-being within organisations, through coaching individuals to build their own resilience and well-being and also through teaching and coaching positive leadership with managers and executives.

Before focusing on positive psychology, executive and career coaching, Rosie had a wide-ranging career as a management consultant. She has worked at both the University of Canterbury and the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology as a contract career consultant, and with many different organisations and individuals as executive coach and consultant. In addition, she has worked with companies large and small in many different industries in the UK, the US and New Zealand.

Rosie has studied positive psychology, career theory and counselling theory in depth, and uses research-based methods that have been scientifically shown to be effective. She enjoys helping others work out their values and what is important to them, clarify their strengths, and identify how they want to move forward with their lives and careers.

Rosie holds a Master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology, a Master’s in Education with Certificate in Counselling, a Graduate Certificate in Career Development and a Master of Arts degree in Mathematics.

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Di McCauley

Director Pure Café Co & Mint Whole Body Health and  Fitness

Qualified Clinical Nutritionist, Medical Herbalist & Natural Fertility Practitioner. Currently maintaining clinical practice as schedule allows based from Mint Health & Fitness. Specialty clients & interest include elite athletes / sports nutrition and the continued development of specific nutrition programmes & assessment. 

Director of both Mint Fitness Limited & Healthy Business Investments - managing the strategic development of both businesses with Co-Director Mike.

Past experience has been in natural medicine & nutrition medicine education (teaching, academic writing, course development, tutoring), with a special interest in Clinical Nutrition, Sports Nutrition & Herbal Medicine.

As Managing Director of the Canterbury College of Natural Medicine for 5 Years - (NZQA approved and accredited, TEC funded private training establishment). Responsible for the development, academic writing and accreditation of NZ's first degree level qualification in Clinical Nutrition.

Where
Jade, 5 Sir Gil Simpson Dr, Burnside, Christchurch, nz
When
September 16 2015 at 5:15am to 7:30am
Thu
17

Christchurch Ruby Group: Monthly Meetup

TBA. We'll update these details closer to the time. :)

Where
Christchurch Office, Catalyst IT Limited, Level 1, 284 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 17 2015 at 7:00am to 10:00am
Fri
18

Christchurch .Net User Group: The Pragmatic Programmer with Bevan Arps

Unusually for a technical book published in 1999, The Pragmatic Programmer (by Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas) remains thoroughly relevant to the modern developer.

Come along and learn some of what makes this book still enlightening, how we can (respectfully) update it for 2015 and why you should by your own copy tomorrow.

Where
EPIC Innovation Center, 78-100 Manchester St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 18 2015 at 5:30am to 8:30am
Sun
20

The Foundation: Sunday Session

The Foundation is for hackers and makers – all levels and ages welcome. Get some help, learn some new skills, or just meet new people.

Finish your project

Looking for a focused place to finish your game, smartphone app, or BeagleBone project? The Foundation is for you.

Awesome kit

3D printers, electronics, a solder station, Arduinos, all free to play with. More coming soon.

Where
Above Pomeroy's Pub, 292 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 20 2015 at 1:00am to 6:00am
Mon
21

Robotics Group

Location and times will be announced soon.
Where
Location TBA
When
September 21 2015 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Mon
21

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse NZ breakfast

 

Keen to find out more about the WikiHouse project? Come join our early morning WikiHouse discussion, sharing, brainstorming over coffee and breakfast at C1 and be part of the action.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 21 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Mon
21

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse Breakfast

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 21 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Mon
21

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse

Come along to an informal gathering and share ideas with like-minded others interested in the development of WikiHouse.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 21 2015 at 8:00pm to 9:15pm
Tue
22

Coffee & Jam

Coffee & Jam is a place to share your ideas, provide feedback, learn stuff, meet some like minded folk and be inspired. Whether you're a hardened entrepreneur, an office-jockey, postman or whoever, if you're interested in finding out about what cool ideas, projects and businesses people are working on, as well as information and tips about a range of business topics, Coffee & Jam is for you. [http://www.ministryofawesome.com](http://www.ministryofawesome.com)
Where
EPIC, BNZ Lounge, Crnr Manchester & Tuam St, Christchurch
When
September 22 2015 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Thu
24

Think Open Data: Meet - Discuss - Make Stuff Happen

This is an open forum. A place for citizens, industry and government to meet and discuss topics of open data. The forum is action orientated and transparent. Chaired by Tim HG from LINZ SDI Programme, each week a particular opportunity/problem in the OpenData space will be highlighted and open discussion is encouraged.

Where
EPIC Centre, BNZ Space, 96-106 Manchester St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 24 2015 at 12:30am to 3:30am
Thu
24

CHCH.JS: Battle of the cities

It's often been said that the best part about node is it's community. Well May's meetup is set to ruin that as we pit Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch against each other in an all out battle of the cities.

To keep everything nice and fair we aren't revealing specifics but there will be small, on screen explosions so be prepared. It won't be a super intense programming RSI-athon but we are competing on node at a node event so you might have to write some node.

Whether your a node veteran or just starting out you'll be welcome with some minor prizes, major trash talk, drinks from Mish, and a bit of pizza from Microsoft. As usual there will be friendly people from all skill levels wandering about. So bring along your laptops and your competitive spirit and let's show [insert opposing city here] who is boss

Where
Christchurch Office, Catalyst IT Limited, Level 1, 284 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 24 2015 at 7:00am to 10:00am
Sun
27

The Foundation: Sunday Session

The Foundation is for hackers and makers – all levels and ages welcome. Get some help, learn some new skills, or just meet new people.

Finish your project

Looking for a focused place to finish your game, smartphone app, or BeagleBone project? The Foundation is for you.

Awesome kit

3D printers, electronics, a solder station, Arduinos, all free to play with. More coming soon.

Where
Above Pomeroy's Pub, 292 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 27 2015 at 12:00am to 5:00am
Mon
28

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse NZ breakfast

 

Keen to find out more about the WikiHouse project? Come join our early morning WikiHouse discussion, sharing, brainstorming over coffee and breakfast at C1 and be part of the action.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 28 2015 at 7:00pm to 8:15pm
Mon
28

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse Breakfast

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 28 2015 at 7:00pm to 8:15pm
Mon
28

WikiHouse NZ open community: WikiHouse

Come along to an informal gathering and share ideas with like-minded others interested in the development of WikiHouse.

Where
C1 Espresso, 150 High Street, Christchurch, nz
When
September 28 2015 at 7:00pm to 8:15pm
Tue
29

Coffee & Jam

Coffee & Jam is a place to share your ideas, provide feedback, learn stuff, meet some like minded folk and be inspired. Whether you're a hardened entrepreneur, an office-jockey, postman or whoever, if you're interested in finding out about what cool ideas, projects and businesses people are working on, as well as information and tips about a range of business topics, Coffee & Jam is for you. [http://www.ministryofawesome.com](http://www.ministryofawesome.com)
Where
EPIC, BNZ Lounge, Crnr Manchester & Tuam St, Christchurch
When
September 29 2015 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Wed
30

OWASP New Zealand Chapter - Christchurch: The Exploited & the Exploiters - Case Study of a Real Cyber Hack and Demo's

This is going to be a play off based around two presentations. Both taking quite different view points. Salinda is going to be discussing the perspective of the organisations that get compromised by cyber criminals. How much these types of attacks cost them on a yearly basis in terms of assets. At a high level, how these attacks are played out. Kim is going to be taking the perspective of the penetration tester hired in by the target to find the defects in their security defences before the cyber criminals do.

First up we're hosting a talk by


Salinda Lekamge

Year 2014 is considered as the year of security breaches with 783 reported incidents and an average of a  data breach estimated at US $3.5M (source:betanews.com). Target Corporation, USA had to face one of the worst cyber-attacks in the history where more than 40 Million credit cards were compromised along with 70 Million customer data. The estimated cost of this security breach was over US$ 200 million.

This presentation is a case study of how adversaries able to penetrate Target IT systems, aftermath of the incident and lessons we can learn from this.

About the Presenter

Salinda is the IT Security Manager at Tait Communications. He also coordinates the Security Incident Response Team (SIRT) and co-leads the ISO 27001 implementation project at Tait.

He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with more than 8 years in Information Security along with implementation of ISO 27001 projects in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.


Kim will follow up with his presentation and demo from WDCNZ

Abstract:

JavaScript is an incredibly powerful tool for good. With great power comes great responsibility. Are we taking our responsibility seriously? JavaScript is also an incredibly powerful tool for evil. As a developer it's time to empower your tech sense and see how easy it is for those hiding in the shadows to own not only you, but your friends, family, clients, customers... Anyone that uses a browser. New advances in technology look shiny... until we stop believing the hype, open our minds and start poking at them. Let me show you what happens when we start poking.

The Play:

The presentation is basically the process I take to carry out a small client penetration testing assignment, but with a focus on why and how web developers should be doing the same within their teams. It goes through:

• Why we even care about breaking our or a clients code and/or system(s)

• Reconnaissance (information gathering), tools and tips.

• Vulnerability scanning, tools and tips

• Vulnerability searching, tools and tips

• Exploitation, where to start, how to start, tools (and why) and tips

• Demo 1: Exploiting an XSS vulnerable web app and what you can get from it. The whole reason being here is to be able to show your employer / boss / client and why they need to do something about it. After seeing how easy it is and what you can do, few will deny that it just needs to be fixed.

• Discuss countermeasures

• Demo 2: Exploiting people with spear phishing, obtaining their credentials by cloning, spoofing a website they frequently login at with the Social Engineer Toolkit's (SET) Credential Harvester.

• Discuss countermeasures

• doppelganger domains (domains that look like the real thing but are fakes)

• Demo 3: Add ARP and DNS spoofing to the mix. Now when a victim browsers to a website that they like to spend time at, they will be visiting our spoofed website. We add the Browser Exploitation Framework (BeEF) hook.js to the cloned website. This hook converts the victims browser into a zombie that continually polls the BeEF comms server requesting commands to execute on the victims machine. This is the window of time we use to install a root-kit and pwn the victims machine.

• Discuss countermeasures

• Discuss what BeEF can do

• Demo 4: Again we clone and host a website we know the victim likes to visit with SET. We use a couple of Metasploit attack methods and exploit memory injection. Then select a collection of payloads to deliver via shellcode injection. Encrypt the payloads and configure the reverse shells. launch Metasploit and watch the reverse shells connect. Attempt to escalate privileges to system account. anti-virus (AV) stops us.

• Demo 5: We use Veil-Evasion to get around AV by creating our payload. We encrypt the payload with Hyperion using a weak 128-bit AES key, which decrypts itself by brute force at the time of execution on the victims machine. We use Metasploit to deliver our psexec exploit that we created with Veil-Evasion and Hyperion. We watch the attackers reverse shell connect straight to the system account.

• Discuss countermeasures

Where
Dimension Data, 50 Manchester St, Christchurch, nz
When
September 30 2015 at 6:00am to 9:00am
Thu
01

New Zealand Python User Group - Christchurch: Christchurch Python Meetup

Our meetups are always first Thursday of a month at the Catalyst IT office above Pomeroys Pub.

Every meetup we have one of us presenting a talk about anything that relates to Python programming language.

Doors open at 5:30pm, talk starts at 6pm.

Before and after the talk, an informal conversation, usually over a pint of beer, takes place.

Do not hesitate to pass this information around to whomever you think may be interested to hear and discuss all things Python.

I'll see you on Thursday!

Yours,

Marek Kuziel

Where
Christchurch Office, Catalyst IT Limited, Level 1, 284 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
October 1 2015 at 4:30am to 7:30am
Sun
04

The Foundation: Sunday Session

The Foundation is for hackers and makers – all levels and ages welcome. Get some help, learn some new skills, or just meet new people.

Finish your project

Looking for a focused place to finish your game, smartphone app, or BeagleBone project? The Foundation is for you.

Awesome kit

3D printers, electronics, a solder station, Arduinos, all free to play with. More coming soon.

Where
Above Pomeroy's Pub, 292 Kilmore St, Christchurch, nz
When
October 4 2015 at 12:00am to 5:00am