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Re: Kicad Presentation
I had a lot of fun giving this talk. The room we were in was almost full
(let's say around 35-40 people).
BTW some industry people were very surprised because they used to remember
kicad as "the open source thing" rather than an actual alternative to
commercial offerings. They really changed their mind when they saw some of
the more complex stuff, like the Olimex boards.
On Wed, 27 Mar 2019, 23:51 Wayne Stambaugh, <stambaughw@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello Carlo,
> Thank you for giving a KiCad talk. It really does help spread the word.
> I hope you had a good turn out to see your talk.
> On 3/27/19 5:43 PM, Carlo Maragno wrote:
> > Hi Everyone,
> > I gave a presentation on Kicad and it's ecosystem. The event was a
> > student organized technology conference at University of Brescia, with
> > an audience ranging from kids to full professors.
> > I was asked to keep the topic accessible for people with different
> > backgrounds.
> > Down below you find links to the presentation, both on the conference
> > site and a drive link. Feel free to use this deck as a template. Be
> > aware, the slides are not super serious, as the events also targets very
> > young EE (kids with Arduinos)
> > Cheers,
> > Carlo
> >  https://www.muhack.org/events/muhackademy-2k19/
> > 
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