This week we look to overcome technical issues and have as our guest Tenaya Hurst of Linino.org and Rogue Making.
Tenaya Hurst is a Maker. With a degree from Indiana University in theatre, geology, and anthropology, she is self taught in microcontroller programming. March 16th 2013 she found out what an Arduino is and now she works for them, promoting the new Linino hardware allowing you to use any programming language to control the hardware, wirelessly. Tenaya enjoys teaching kids how to program, solder, and sew with electronics. Her goal is to inspire kids everywhere to try electrical engineering. Learn more in the Intel MakeHer report, Make:43 in a tell-all article by Dale Dougherty, and www.RogueMaking.com.
Join us for a show that will look at what it takes to be a woman "making it" in the maker community, how the special energy of the maker community has had an impact on her management ideas, and why the DIY spirit of "makers" might just be critical for the future success of your IT projects.
Interop 2015 will take place from April 27th through May 1st at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. More information and registration details are available online!
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