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Slides from HOPE

Slides from HOPE and the PDF article of getting started with a kit biz. We’ll try and get a video posted later!


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1 Comment

  1. Really wish I could have made it for this talk (and several others as well). Thanks much for posting the slides and PDF. Your generosity in explaining how you do things at adafruit is appreciated!

    I like that you focused so much on documentation in the slides. I know that’s one thing that sets companies like yours apart, and something I wish more businesses would emulate.

    (BTW, I’ve noticed that when I open several tabs with different adafruit blog posts in IE8, and then try to comment, I always have to enter the resistor value twice for each post. I haven’t yet looked at the script involved to see what the problem might be, but wanted to give you a head’s up.)

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