Hackers in Shenzhen: Pooya from Iran

Posted on Thursday, October 30th, 2014 in interviews, Shenzhen by DP

Pooya from Iran 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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3 Responses to “Hackers in Shenzhen: Pooya from Iran”

  1. Chinmay says:

    These Hackers in Shenzhen videos are really great! Thanks for doing them Ian!

  2. Pooya says:


    Thanks Ian for uploading and thanks for your support of hackers in big city of Shenzhen, you are some how a pain killer ;) Without your support I could not finish my project there and like always #DirtyPCB rocks !!

    Keep it up

  3. Pooya says:

    Oh and I forgot that for me a hacker is who have the ability to think outside of the box.

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