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March Is For Makers: Electronics and Electricity 101 with Andrew J. Dupree

March Is For Makers: Electronics and Electricity 101 with Andrew J. Dupree

Show #468 Mar 27 2015 plus show notes

This week hardware engineer Andrew J. Dupree gives Scott a lesson in Electrical Engineering 101. Andrew has a Master of Science in Computer Hardware Engineering from Stanford and works at Mindtribe on cool hardware and technology strategy. This is the fourth episode in our month-long podcast series March Is For Makers. We're teaming up with CodeNewbie to give you a month of great hardware and maker content. Check us out at http://marchisformakers.com and subscribe to both podcasts!

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