Techyizu and Xinchejian are proud to issue a challenge of supreme nerdiness: Who among you can build the mightiest bridge? Who has the superior spaghetti engineering skills?
For those of you brave enough, register to join the fun THIS SUNDAY!
DATE: Sunday January 15 @ 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
LOCATION: Xinchejian Hackerspace
Anhua Road No.76 suite 301, near Jiangsu Road (http://xinchejian.com/contact-us/)
Form your own team or join one, and get ready to architect and construct a bridge made out of spaghetti. Bridges have to be able to cross a 50 cm distance, and hold as much weight as possible. Techyizu and Xinchejian will provide you one box of spaghetti, glue guns, and glue. You provide the nerdpower.
See the full list of rules (http://xinchejian.com/event/?ee=91) on the Xinchejian website.
PRIZES: ARDUINO sets will be given to the teams with the bridges that can support the most weight.
REGISTER: Go to the Xinchejian website to register. The first 12 teams to register will get a reserved place.
Sign up NOW! (http://xinchejian.com/event/?ee=91)
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Announcement #2: BARCAMP on March 3
Calling all techies, entrepreneurs, and innovators — get ready for Techyizu’s BARCAMP on March 3.
BarCamp is a fun, user-generated “un-conference” that started in Silicon Valley as a response to formal, exclusive, and boring tech conferences. If you are interested in technology, startups, design, or social innovation, you can’t miss this event!
BarCamp consists of passionate 15-minute presentations on any topic. Anyone (yes, anyone!) can sign up to present on anything (but please, no advertisements for your company). Just let your own energy and nerdiness shine through. All presentations are followed by time for discussion. You can expect to have amazing discussions on cutting edge technology and trends.
The event is free and open to everyone! Go to the techyizu.org website for more event details.
Shanghai BarCamp is being presented to you by TechYizu, an organization that aims to organize Shanghai’s lively startup and tech community.
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