CADR

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CADR
Cadr.png
Status active
Country Russian Federation
City Nizhniy Novgorod

Date of founding

2013/05/25

Last Updated 2017-08-07
Website http://cadrspace.ru/

IRC

irc://chat.freenode.net/##cadr

SpaceAPI

https://cadrspace.ru/status/json

YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3VpKt2Iedwu_3hI5NYAKCg

Twitter

https://twitter.com/cadrspace

Mailinglist

https://groups.google.com/group/cadr-hackerspace

CalendarFeed

iCal feed

Snail mail


 Nizhniy Novgorod
Russian Federation

Number of members

10

Size of rooms

18 m²

Members Avp
Location 56° 18' 9", 43° 59' 18"
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CADR is a hackerspace in Nizhniy Novgorod city, Russia. We're looking for interested people for participating in the project.

CADR is a non-commercial organisation (though not registered officially yet) and we don't have membership fee, but we're accepting donations in the form of equipment and money; all the donations go for maintaining and improving our hackerspace. With the given resources we're helping our local community of tinkerers and hackers and creative people to grow and prosper.

The CADR name is formed from two basic Lisp operations -- car and cdr. cadr operation returns the second element of a list.

The hackerspace occupies a room kindly provided by Nizhniy Novgorod Technical College. If you want to visit the hackerspace then please contact CADR members through our mailing list at least one day before the visit.

And, of course, you can contact the administrator directly to get more information about the hackerspace:


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An (un)complete list of equipment:

  • Soldering station
  • Digital oscilloscope
  • Arduino of various kinds and other microcontrollers
  • Arduino sensors, breadboards, wires etc.
  • Single-board computers (Raspberry Pi, Hackberry, etc.)
  • Several GNU/Linux workstations
  • Various electronic components and *lots of LEDs*.
  • Basic tools for woodworking
  • Lots of cruft that waits to be used in projects.  ;-)
This Hackerspace has a Soldering Iron


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