Who said that to design, develop and bring to reality some complex eletronic circuits you need to have espensive software?
In this talk I'll tell my experience as hardware embedded engineer and why I use mainly FOSS tooling for my eletronic desings.
I also designed some open source hardware which I shared with the community, and I want to share my experience with it.
Some points I will cover:
- How you design circuits
- Which FOSS tools I use to design circuits and why I use them
- How to design circuits that can be produced by other persons
- How to releae circuits to the community, my experience in FOSH (Free Open Source Hardware)
Session author bios
I'm Dario Murgia, Hardware and Software engineer and FOSS enthusiast. What I love the most is designing electronic circuits, and see them improve other's people lives.
I've worked in several international companies, from startups to big corporates, and over the year I've designed and released many open source designs.
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