Hackers in Shenzhen: Darshan from India

Posted on Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 in interviews, Shenzhen by DP

Darshan from India talks about his experience in Shenzhen, China. There’s more and more hackers visiting Shenzhen to check out the world’s largest electronics market and manufacturing ecosystem. This semi-regular series asks who they are and what they found.

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4 Responses to “Hackers in Shenzhen: Darshan from India”

  1. SQKYbeaver says:

    good to see videos again, keep it up Ian!

  2. Raja Balu says:

    Thanks Ian. It is good to hear your voice again. I was hoping to see you in the frame.

    • Zeta says:

      Thanks Ian. It is good to hear your voice again. I was hoping to see you in the frame.

      same here.

      Thanks for the videos. I think this will be one of the most interesting videos on Dangerousprototypes.

  3. Renuka Prasad says:

    Nice to see guys from bangalore in Shenzhen realizing their dream project. This is something that I have been wanting to do, and have been procastinating on it. Thanks for giving some motivation.

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