Interview with Dangerous Prototypes at Open Source Hardware Junkies

Posted on Monday, July 11th, 2011 in interviews, kit biz, site by DP

Last week Ian did a Skype interview with Open Source Hardware Junkies. It’s up today, listen in if that’s your kind of thing:

Need to figure out a chip…fast?

Bus Pirate may be just what you have been looking for.

Designed by Dangerous Prototypes, the Bus Pirate is a universal bus interface that can slash the learning curve when you are figuring out a chip.

Every month Dangerous Prototypes releases a new open source hardware project.

They have a great line up of useful tools and a fantastic business model.  Listen to the show and learn about both.

P.S. It’s easy to start your own dangerous prototype – especially with  free PCBs!

Listen to the show here!

Thanks Michael!

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