Single Board Computers
Hey there, I'm MakerGram!
HackCamp is a Hackathon aims to Create anything that can imagine with code, electronics, 3D models, and more, it's organized by the HackClub.
We Team MakerGram is here at the event for providing hardware support and mentorship. We have a wide verity of hardware components and development boards to make your process easier!
Come to our desk and grab it!
You can post your queries under this thread.
Request hardware by filling the form: https://forms.gle/VLr6wputD6GXs9nx6
NB: All hardware should be returned right after the event with the same condition while it was on the collection stage.
We are very proud to announce that We will be at Hello Maker Korea: Global Maker Summit at Busan, South Korea!
We will share more insights under the thread! stay tuned
MakerGram is excited to share this news with you.
We at MakerGram building a great online platform where technology enthusiasts can collaborate, learn and share knowledge. MakerGram partnered with communities and enablers.
Now, we are looking for interns who can help us in this mission. If you are smart, energetic and passionate enough to make a change in the technology world, here is an opportunity for you to showcase your talent. Sounds good ? If you are a student with the following qualities.
What you can expect
Compensation - non-paid
Duration - 6 Months
Mode - Remote
We are super excited to announce our partnership with Maker Faire Hyderabad 2019!
Come and join us there!
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