Watch Massimo Banzi’s talk at the Computer History Museum

Zoe RomanoJune 16th, 2015

ComputerHistory

Last month Massimo Banzi gave a lecture at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View (California, US). It was titled The Arduino Experience and covered the historical origins of Arduino, including a explanation of the process of designing tools which make digital technology accessible to people who are not experts, and the essential role of the larger Arduino ecosystem that supports it. After the keynote Len Shustek, chairman of the board of the Museum, curated a session of Q&A. If you didn’t have the chance to be there, the recorded video is online and you can watch it now:


One Response to “Watch Massimo Banzi’s talk at the Computer History Museum”

  1. RitTroia Says:

    Cool

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