It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce the final slate of speakers for Hackaday’s 10th Anniversary on October 4th in Pasadena. There are still around 30 tickets left for the conference so get yours now!
The most recently confirmed speaker is a man of many names. [Ryan Clarke] may be better known as [LosT], [1o57], or [Lostboy]. For years he has been driving the flagship contest at DEFCON by generating cryptographic puzzles that run far and deep through the 4-day conference and beyond. His talk will venture into the art and science of putting together these challenges, and the lengths at which determined hackers will go to solve them. His site gets taken over each year for DEFCON, so you might want to explore his Twitter account if you’re looking to learn more about this mysterious figure.
The other four speakers have already been mentioned in the initial announcement and last week’s follow-up. [Steve Collins] will discuss how his early interest in hacking led him to become an engineer at NASA. [Quinn Dunki] will have her scratch-built Veronica computer on hand and explain the adventure of the impressive project. [ThunderSqueak] will help us wrap our minds around the concept of non-binary computing, and [Jon McPhalen] will present the benefits of multi-core embedded processing versus traditional interrupt-based design.
We can’t wait for this amazing afternoon of talks which is just one week from Saturday. We hope to see you there!
10 thoughts on “Speakers At Hackaday’s 10th Anniversary”
Wish I could be there…
I’ll try and shoot some video of all the talks, but there’s no way that’ll be up the day of the con/party thing.
How likely is it that full videos will be recorded? I’m super bummed I can’t travel for it.
Recorded? A very high probability. With good audio and uploaded in a timely manner? Ehhhh….
Why no live streaming of the events, protecting the potential guilty? In the event I was wealthy I have my pilot fly me out on my private sheet and give you all a ration sheet. Lucky you I’m poor and you can leave the chest waders at home, have good time anyway.
Is that blurry lady smoking something?
Who wants to know? You a cop?
I can say that I didn’t smell anything at the faire. That’s all I’m going to say.
you’re gaining the skills necessary for a successful political career!
Given the full sized photo at http://hackaday.io/hacker/7174-thundersqueak ; no. Besides smoking tobacco is legal Sorry if I crushed your hopes of finding a cutie to share a joint with. :)
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