Arduino.cc Opening Office in NYC #WMF15 #MakerFaire @arduino
Exciting Arduino news from World Maker Faire 2015–during Massimo Banzi’s State of Arduino talk he announced that Arduino.cc is opening an office in New York City! The new office will help Arduino.cc grow as it creates hardware, services, and more to help make Arduino a platform for learning and making.
Massimo also gave an update on Arduino Create which will provide a web-based platform to simplify writing and running Arduino sketches right from a browser. The service is in a limited beta right now, but will expand more in October and plan to release early next year.
For the new office in the New York City area Arduino.cc is planning to hire software, hardware, administrative, and other positions to help grow Arduino. If you’re passionate about this opportunity send your details to [email protected].
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