BornHack is a 7 day outdoor tent camp where hackers, makers and people with an interest in technology or security come together to celebrate technology, socialise, learn and have fun.
L’End Summer Camp (“ESC”) è un incontro non-profit di persone interessate al Free Software/Hardware, all’Hacking e al DIY (Do It Yourself) quest’anno alla sua 14°edizione dal 28 agosto al 2 settembre a Forte Bazzera Venezia. Il contenuto è creato dai partecipanti. L’ingresso è libero e i partecipanti possono supportare l’evento tramite biglietti speciali e donazioni -valutiamo anche sponsor!
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End Summer Camp (“ESC”) is a non-profit meeting of people interested in Free Software/Hardware, Hacking and DIY, now at his 14th edition from Aug-28 to Sep-2nd at Forte Bazzera Venice. Event contents are created by his own participants. Participation is free-of-charge, however attending people can support the event through special tickets and donations. We are also open to sponsorships.
Electromagnetic Field is a non-profit UK camping festival for those with an inquisitive mind or an interest in making things: hackers, artists, geeks, crafters, scientists, and engineers.
A temporary town of more than a thousand like-minded people enjoying a long weekend of talks, performances, and workshops on everything from blacksmithing to biometrics, chiptunes to computer security, high altitude ballooning to lockpicking, origami to democracy, and online privacy to knitting.
Examining AI, Blockchain, Kubernetes, Quantum Computing and more
Hack.lu is an open convention/conference where people can discuss about computer security, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implication on society. It’s the 14th edition (16-18 October 2018) of hack.lu in Luxembourg.
The Logan Symposium returns to London for a major international event on surveillance, propaganda and power.
Conspiracy brings together a unique community of investigative journalists, whistleblowers, hackers, artists and experts to challenge power and reinvigorate the field of investigative journalism.
Featuring a packed programme of talks, workshops, documentary film screenings and a brand new exhibition of artworks, specially commissioned installations and agitprop.
Curated by The Centre for Investigative Journalism.
Supported by The Reva & David Logan Foundation.