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Parker Thomas

Parker Thomas

Parker leads the team that keeps makezine.com and makerfaire.com running. He used to build two-seat, 200 mph airplanes and now focuses on treehouses, zip lines, Lego dioramas (Hogwarts and Tattooine), pens and anything else his kids want to build. He can be reached at parker@makermedia.com.

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We are hiring for a web product manager, web analytics manager and WordPress developers. If you have skills in these areas, please consider applying. Read more »

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Students at Grand Center Arts Academy (GCAA), a public charter school in St. Louis, have arrived to find a portion of their library transformed into a makerspace. Read more »

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The blend of people, process, and place that makes a school makerspace successful. Read more »

Our second month of Maker Training Camps starts today, July 1. This month, we will start new Camps for Introduction to Arduino, Introduction to Raspberry Pi and Design for 3-D Printing. In addition, we will be starting a free class called Making for Moms, which will encourage and inspire you... Read more »

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ur Maker Training Camps are collaborative online courses designed to help makers learn a new skill or build a specific project. Our June cohort (the very first one) attracted students from around the world, including Singapore, the Netherlands and the US. Over the next few days, we're going to describe... Read more »

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Our Maker Training Camps are collaborative online courses designed to help makers learn a new skill or build a specific project. Read more »

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M2 Bootcamp is designed to “reconnect” you with your inner Rosie the Riveter through discussions, worksheets/journal prompts, and projects straight from the MakerShed. This 3 week course of projects with the theme of “Connecting” will take students on a incremental journey through painted circuits, soldering, and a final wearable keepsake. Read more »

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