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March Is For Makers: Modulo and Modular Electronics with Erin Tomson

March Is For Makers: Modulo and Modular Electronics with Erin Tomson

Show #520 Mar 25 2016 plus show notes

Erin Tomson left Pixar after 13 years to pursue something totally new! Her hardware startup called "Modulo" brings plug and play flexibility to the world of microcontrollers like Arduino and Particle. How did she get started and make the move from 3D software to modular hardware?

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