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Building an engineer

Posted on Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 in app notes, talks by Ian

Jeremy presented what it really means to be an engineer.

We all know that engineers build things, but what does it take to build an engineer?  In this video, I talk about my open source hardware projects, how I became an engineer, and how I work to get other people involved with engineering and science.  If you like it, you can check out some of the projects I’ve done on my blog.

Thanks Tayken! Via the forum.

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