NYC Resistor classes – Gameboy programming and more!

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NYC Resistor classes – Gameboy programming and more!

MAKE pals and MAKE alum (Bre!) started a cool hacker collective called “NYC Resistor” – they’re not just sitting around drinking Club Mate (there isn’t any yet) — they have a ton of cool classes starting April 5th! In particular, this one looks awesome – writing Gameboy code!

Have you ever wanted to make a Gameboy game? Do you yearn for the days of yore when men were men and graphics code wrote directly to video memory? Have you ever wanted to tell a DMA controller who’s boss? Then c’mon down to my Gameboy programming classes! You’ll learn that, armed only with a laptop, an emulator, and some GNU tools you too can hack the Gameboy with the best of ‘em. Two sessions, two hours, too awesome! Get your tix and let’s get hacking!

Sign up! – Link

For this class please bring the following:
– A laptop. (if you really don’t have one, let me know)
– Optional: Gameboy, GBA or DS
– Optional: Lab fee to get Flash cart (email me if interested)

Date – Saturday, April 12, 2008 and Saturday, April 26, 2008
Time – 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Cost – $100 (for both)
Location – NYCResistor (Map)

Make sure to check out all the other NYCResistor classes! – Link

Justin Day is a co-founder of video startup and pioneering collablog Email reverse(”vt.pilb@nitsuj”)

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