2018-10-25 (Th) Magnet Fish Spectacular #IoTHackDay

The night before the hackathon was exciting. Would we have enough preparations done to complete our project on the day? What hurdles would we encounter? Would everyone show up to volunteer for our team? What would we be having for lunch?

My job was going to be running a sizable electric motor for the project. At this point, a lot has been done which hasn't been talked about. If you read this blog closely, you may have noticed that posts have been coming out hours and days late. That is because I have been prepping for this hackathon while working on my regular projects.

Materials I knew, or suspected, I would need for the hackathon were gathered and stuffed into my car. In the morning, I would be picking up a kiddy pool and adding that to my car before going to the hackathon venue.

Collection of carryables

Every year, I get more and more excited about this event. The night before is like Christmas Eve. I want to do last-minute tweaks, but I also want to get some sleep. I am writing this at midnight if that indicates which path I chose.

Packed car

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1
Completed projects from year 2
Completed projects from year 3
Completed projects from year 4
Completed projects from year 5

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