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Nerd Nite East Bay: Bitcoin Encryption, OpenROV & High-Profile Experiments | Oakland

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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 7:00 pm | Cost: $8
The New Parkway | 474 24th Street, Oakland, CA


Nerd Nite East Bay: Geeky Lectures in a Bar | Oakland

Nerd Nite East Bay is a monthly lecture-in-a-bar series. They get smart and interesting people, give them lots of free drinks, and put them on stage in front of a couple hundred tipsy nerds.

Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s salacious, and it’s always nerdy.

Nerd Nite East Bay
Every last Monday | Doors at 7 pm; Talks begin at 7:30 pm
Club 21, 2111 Franklin St, Oakland
$8 in advance; $10 at the door | 21+

Grab a beer and then listen up to this month’s Nerd Nite East Bay.

Jeremy Rue will tell you how the encryption built into Bitcoin protects your cash. Roger O’Brient, who works on BICEP2 and other cosmic microwave background telescopes will discuss what these high-profile experiments have to say about how our universe came to be. Finally, David Lang will show how us how makers are using OpenROV to explore our waters.

Citizen Zain, Rick, and Rebecca will provide the beats and sign your encryption keys.


Event Details


Cost: $8
Categories: Club / DJ, East Bay, Geek Event, Lectures & Workshops
Address: 474 24th Street, Oakland, CA

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