April 10th (2nd Tuesday=TODAY)  last reminder

Federico Lucifredi / Hardware Hacking 101: time and randomness

Using the lowest amount of custom hardware and pouring Perl over
everything as the glue binding it all, we create two minimalistic
devices delivering a perfectly tuned network time source
(synchronizing with a GPS satellite), and a naturally random entropy
source (leveraging a Geiger tube’s measurement of natural background

Location: MIT Building 51, Room 372, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge, MA

NOTE: Parking Alert. Recent changes in MIT Parking Dept web pages no
longer allow un-permitted parking after-hours.
So parking on-site is AT OWN RISK. And Construction Detour again too.
See web for details.


>> Boilerplate details
>> Tech Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at MIT
>> building E51, Sloan School Tang Center [not the other Tang building!]
>> nearer to Kendall Sq than Mass Ave. (directions).
>> Talk begins at 7:30.
>> Refreshments in the hallway prior.
>> RSVP for count encouraged but not required, to bill.n1...@gmail.com or
>> Boston-PM list, by 4pm Tuesday.
>> (NOTE: as of Fall 2017: we'r back to the squarer room 372 (first door
>> after the partition), not the wider 376 (second door) that we had the
>> last several years)
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> bill.n1...@gmail.com
> https://www.linkedin.com/in/n1vux

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