A special thanks to Becky Stern from @adafruit @bekathwia #wearables
Hey folks, it is with some sadness, but also with a TON of excitement that we’re are now wishing Becky excellent thoughts for her next big thing she takes on – Becky let us know that this was her last month after 4 years as Director of Wearables, some of us have worked with Becky from almost 10 years, it’s not goodbye, it’s a “we can’t wait to see what you do next”. We are so very proud of our work together.
There will not be “Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern” this week or going forward 🙂 However, we’ll be adding more shows as usual with more people looking to make as big of a dent as Becky has in the wearables and DIY universe.
Want to join an adventure at Adafruit? Post your projects, make a tutorial, tweet them, make some videos, come on our show and tell, we’ll find each other and do some cool things together! It’s pretty much how we met Becky and many of the talented people @ Adafruit and how we’d like to get to know you too 🙂
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