NYC Resistor is a group in NYC area aiming to learn, share and make things. The members meet regularly to share knowledge, hack on projects together, and build community. The group is open to all interested individual who wants to participate, either you want to learn from them or you want to share your ideas and knowledge to all the members, they are friendly so don’t hesitate to participate if you like to think how things work. Members consist of of a variety of different professions and backgrounds, including crafters, creative technologists, engineers of every kind, designers and both part-time and full-time artists.
What’s cool about this group is that the members are very open on sharing what they know and will help members on their projects. They have this weekly get together called Craft Night that happens every Thursday from 6:30pm and every Monday from 7:30pm until they get tired and go home. These are the public nights they held regularly so members can stop by and meet people, share knowledge and work on your projects.
They also teach classes and do parties occasionally. So if you are interested, feel free to join them during their public events that you can check on their calendar of activities or read on their blog’s frontpage for some announcements and schedule changes. They are a bunch of friendly and happy people so don’t be shy to approach any of the members because they are happy to meet you and show you around. If you have questions, feel comfortable to ask questions. As their Code of Conduct, they just ask that your conduct be guided by the desire to help the group create an inclusive, encouraging, and diverse environment free of intimidation and harassment.