Interlock is a non-profit organization that provides space for its members and the local community to develop and share their interests in science, technology, art, and culture.

See you at Mini Maker Faire Rochester

Interlock was invited to attend the Rochester’s Mini Maker Faire this Saturday, November 22nd. We’ll have a small table to hang out during the event. Some of the members will also be working at the Lego booth and teaching lock picking through TOOOL.

You can check out the map of where we’ll be here:

from on November 17th, 2014Comments0 Comments

Interlock Rochester Welcomes “Girl Develop It”

We’re pleased to announce that we will be welcoming Girl Develop It (GDI) on Nov 12th and 13th from 6:30-8:30pm for a two day HTML and CSS training class. After meeting with organizers Kristen Curtze and Liz Gombert, we thought this was something Interlock Rochester should and could support.

About Girl Develop It

Girl Develop It is a nonprofit organization that was launched in New York in 2010. The initial goal was to draw more women to the development community and to provide judgment-free learning opportunities through teaching one another. Girl Develop It has since grown within the vision of creating a network of empowered women who feel confident in their abilities to code and build beautiful web and mobile applications. The organization is currently making an impact in 33 cities around the US and Canada with 10 new chapters, including Rochester.

You can find more information about their class here:

Sign Up Here


from on November 8th, 2014Comments0 Comments

Interlock ROC Brewing Takeover

This is a public announcement to let you know that we’ll be taking over ROC Brewing on Tuesday, October 28th. We’ll be hanging out there, enjoying $1 off all their beers, and working with the brew masters to come up with Interlock’s take on beer. The event is open to everyone and is a great way to meet the Interlock people as well as the ROC Brewing guys.

Find out more info as it happens on our eventbrite page: HERE


from on October 19th, 2014Comments0 Comments