Kinabalu Coders

Supporting Open Developer and Maker Communities in Sabah

Who We Are

We are the Sabah Programmers and ICT Builders Association (Malay: Persatuan Pengaturcara Dan Pembina ICT Sabah) - better known as Kinabalu Coders ("KC"). Established and registered in May 2014, we are a coalition of leads, organisers, and volunteers from tech and maker related communities and local industries. Kinabalu Coders provides a platform for its member to engage with each other; make technology accessible; share knowledge and collaborate on projects; and reach out to like-minded individuals and organisations all across Sabah.

KC seeks to improve awareness and penetration of the latest concepts and applications from the global Coder, Tech and Maker movements. We strive to raise the overall proficiency of the communities we support, and thus improve the socioeconomic standard of our society as a whole through IT and tech.

We support and celebrate the arts, invention, innovation, creation and expression in all forms. The spirit of Bikin Sendiri (English: Do-It-Yourself) is in the collective DNA of our association and its communities. We look forward to hearing from you and hope you will support our activities and events in the near future.

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Communities We Support

Edham Arief

Kota Kinabalu Raspberry Jam

Raspberry Jams are events organised by the community to share knowledge, learn new things, and meet other Pi enthusiasts. They’re a great way to find out more about the Raspberry Pi and what you can do with it, and to find like-minded people.

Asraff Amzani

Borneo 3Ders

Nothing captures the public imagination more than 3D-printing. In a process known as additive manufacturing, 3D printers deposit materials such as plastics, metals, concrete and more (even chocolate!) layer-by-layer into three-dimensional objects at varying scales - from table-tops to entire buildings. This community is for 3D-printer and 3D-modelling enthusiasts who like to learn more about the technology and related skills and tools (including software!).

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Lorna Timbah

Google Developers Group Kota Kinabalu

GDGKK is an open group where you can come learn about building services using Google technologies. We'll be bringing in technology experts from within and outside of KK to share their knowledge, and use this platform to support each other in building up your expertise. Past events include Google I/O Extended, DevFest, and Women Techmakers.

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Ahmad Hafeezi Ali Amat
Baizurah Basri
Azlina Abdul Jalil

Google Business Group Kota Kinabalu

Google Business Group (GBG) is a community of business professionals, entrepreneurs or basically anyone who are interested in web technologies.

Lorna Timbah

CoderDojo Kota Kinabalu

CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer-led network of free computer programming clubs for young people aged 7 to 17. CoderDojo puts an emphasis on self-motivated learning through project work, peer-to-peer mentoring and the creation of socially innovative projects.

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Redhooves
Asraff Amzani

Gamers Sabahan Tribe

Like games? We do too! Monthly gaming meetups on a variety of platforms (including tabletop!)

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Sinn Chun Hou

Game Developers Club Kota Kinabalu

This is a open meetup / learning group for people who have interest in game development! Our mission is to grow the game developer community together and discover awesome ways to build games. We currently focus on using Unity, Unreal, virtual reality, as well as 3D modeling and animation.

Ahmad Hafeezi Ali Amat

Software Testing

The community promotes best practices in software development by creating awareness of the importance of testing in their work.

Arthur Raymond

Information Security Group Kota Kinabalu

Also known as #pentesting (penetration testing), this group promotes good information security via collaboration between industry representatives and local hobbyists/enthusiasts.

Edham Arief

Sabah Open Source Group

SOSG, founded in 2009, is KK's friendly Linux User Group (LUG). Its mission is to advocate Open Source and Free Software awareness in Sabah.

Projects We Support

Edham Arief
Julkifli Awang Besar
Arthur Raymond

Makerspace Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu's first Makerspace! Our physical makerspace is the ultimate in Do-It-Yourself and equipped with affordable, open-source electronics; raw materials; workshop equipment such as 3D printers, metal and wood-working tools; and other awesome maker equipment. We also encourage and host meetups of community-led activities for all sorts of maker-related projects, ranging from robotics, raspberry pis, arduinos, wearables, hard-hacks and much more! While you're with us, do not hesitate to ask questions of our members and even other visitors - we encourage peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing - it's the best way to learn.

Events

2016-12-03
09:00 to 18:00
- Wisma Bandaraya Power-Down
2016-12-02
14:00 to 17:00
- Roboneo 2016 Prizes Handing-Over
2016-11-29 (All day) - Seminar ICT KPSKTM
Edham Arief
Julkifli Awang Besar

Roboneo Competition

First held in October 2014, the open-category Roboneo competition has sparked a groundswell of interest in robotics and the micro-controller boards that power them. Robotic teams from all walks of life are pitted against each other in the spirit of friendly competition. Who will be the winners this year? Join us and find out!

Events

2016-12-02
14:00 to 17:00
- Roboneo 2016 Prizes Handing-Over
2016-11-19 10:00 to 2016-11-20 17:00
- KK Maker Expo 2016
2016-11-18 (All day) to 2016-11-19 (All day)
- Roboneo 2016
Arthur Raymond

pifi.my

The Pifi Project is a fork of the Information Security Group. Its goal is to provide an open-source and affordable real-world analytics solution by leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data. We intend to work with local industries to commercialise the technology in the near future.

Asraff Amzani
Alexander Ting
Aj Yahya
Lawrence Chau

Xyclone 3D Printers

A fork of 3D Printer Borneo, Xyclone intends to commercialise the sale of locally assembled 3D printers with upgraded open-source designs. Each printer comes with local support and warranty.

sabah.io

The sabah.io domain hosts a number of services for Kinabalu Coders and its communities. If you like a sub-domain to implement a socially-beneficial project/idea, do drop us a line!

Support Us!

More than anything, we would love your support attending our events and activities. If you have something to share, a project to build, or are keen to establish a tech-related open community and need a platform to do so, let us know! We will be happy to lend you a hand.

When you want to reach out to us and chat, you can contact us via social media; drop us a line at hello@kinabalucoders.org; or even register yourself right here - we will be in touch either way!

PS. We also welcome support in the form of cash or in-kind. Contact any of our community or project leads to find out how you can help build communities and get tech going in Sabah.