Get ready for the 8th semi-annual #smkmeetup
Join us for a casual day in a keyboard petting zoo. There will be hundreds of keyboards to type on and talk about. Come for the keyboards; stay for the community.
We will also have keyboard soldering workshops! More details coming soon (if you RSVP, we will email you once workshop registration is available).
Bring your own mechanical keyboard(s) and receive free admission to the Living Computers Museum + Labs. The museum generously provides the space for everyone to meetup, share, and socialize over keyboards. In exchange, we provide the museum with a quasi-pop-up keyboard exhibit. If you don't have a keyboard to show off in the petting zoo, you will need to pay admission once you arrive at the museum (the museum is totally worth it).RSVP
Living Computers: Museum + Labs
2245 1st Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98134
|With Keyboard & RSVP||RSVP Required|
* If you RSVP and bring a keyboard, the museum will admit you for free because you are an "exhibitor" of keyboards at the museum for the day. This event is public, so anyone can attend without an RSVP. But without an RSVP and keyboard, museum entry fee or museum membership will be required.
The Living Computer Museum has limited parking available in their parking lot. Street parking should be free. There are plenty of paid parking options as well.Show me parking options
According to the Living Computers website:
The primary bus routes near Living Computers: Museum + Labs are 21, 594, 132, 106, 50, 102, 590, and 116. You can also use the Metro Transit Trip Planner to find a bus route. If you are taking Central Link light rail, get off at the SODO station. Walk a few blocks west to 1st Avenue S, then north one block to the museum.
You may also find suggestions for Seahawks games useful, however you will be a few blocks away from the museum if you follow Century Link Field directions completely.Metro Transit Trip Planner Seahawks Transit Suggestions
We are a volunteer run 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to address, educate, and coordinate the dispersal of soldering and electrical hardware skills and knowledge across age and socioeconomic divides while inspiring enthusiasm for mechanical keyboards and other input devices.
We teach hardware and programming workshops in the Greater Seattle Area.
Want to get involved? Join us!
Seattle Mechanical Keyboards → Seattle Keyboards → SeaKeys → cKeys
Code of Conduct
All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our meetup are required to agree with the following code of conduct.
Our meetup is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices (rubber domes included). We do not tolerate harassment of meetup participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate anywhere at our meetup, including talks, Twitter, and other online media. Meetup participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the meetup at the discretion of the meetup organizers.
We look forward to seeing you and your keyboards!RSVP