Whether you live in Shanghai, are at Electronics China representing your company, or by dumb luck just happen to be in town this week you can meet some of the Hackaday crew and score yourself some sweet swag.
Anyone in town on Thursday night will want to get a ticket to Hackaday: The Gathering. Right now it’s all sold out, but we hope anyone with a ticket who is unable to use it will cancel so that another may take your place. Free food, drink, t-shirts, stickers, and other swag await… no wonder the tickets are already gone!
The Electronica China conference started Tuesday at Shanghai New International Expo Centre, but it runs through Wednesday and Thursday as well. We’re attending, but we don’t actually have a dedicated booth. Hackaday is piggybacking with EEFocus, the Chinese contingent of our parent company. Both [Matt] and [Alek] will be hanging around the EEFocus booth (#W3.3686) shucking out hackaday T-shirts if you ask for one. Before he left, [Matt] mentioned that he’s excited to attend lectures on connected medical devices, the Automotive and EV boards, as well as the embedded systems forum.
4 thoughts on “Hackaday In Shanghai: Electronica And A Gathering”
You should stop in Singapore and hit up Xobs and get one of his laptops and feature it on hackaday.
If I lived in Shanghai, I’d probably spend every available minute and yuan in the electronics markets, thereby ruining my marriage.
I’m currently in Shanghai on holiday! Really wish I could get a ticket to go
But when you posted this on Wednesday, it was already Thursday in Shanghai.
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