Hackaday’s Open Hardware Summit Experience

 writes about 2017 Open Hardware Summit last week in Denver:

Hackaday’s Open Hardware Summit Experience

This yearly gathering brings together the people and businesses that hold Open Hardware as an ideal to encourage, grow, and live by. There was a night-before party, the summit itself which is a day full of talks, and this year a tour of a couple very familiar open hardware companies in the area.

I thought this year’s conference was quite delightful and am happy to share with you some of the highlights.

 

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The OSH Park table was not only showing off a PCB panel as their signage, but had our favorite SMD solder challenge boards on hand. 

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I needed a little break, so I built my nifty @oshpark badge from #ohsdenver

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Hackaday’s Open Hardware Summit Experience

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