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March Is For Makers: Taking Stuff Apart with Captain Brent Chapman

March Is For Makers: Taking Stuff Apart with Captain Brent Chapman

Show #517 Mar 04 2016 plus show notes

Captain Brent Chapman has a BS from the West Point, an MS in Information Security from Carnegie Mellon, and has been tearing electronics apart since he was four. Today, Cpt Chapman works for the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) at Moffett Field and puts those skills to work. In his spare time, he tinkers, creates, and helps others do the same.

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