Adafruit and Hackster.io, with the generous support of Microsoft, Autodesk, and Qualcomm, have teamed up to present Women in Hardware - an interview series covering some of the most inspiring women pioneering the hardware industry. From groundbreaking entrepreneurs, to engineers at the tops of their fields, we want to highlight the women who are inventing, innovating, and changing hardware for the better.
For the premiere episode of the series, join Ayah & Limor in an engaging conversation with topics ranging from life in NYC, product development processes, open source hardware and more. Hear the advice they would give to themselves looking back to when they started their careers and what they hope to see in the future.
For the second episode of Women in Hardware, join Autodesk's Heather Kerrick, Hackster's Alex Glow, and Adafruit's Jessica Califano at Autodesk's Pier 9 Workshop in San Francisco as they talk about Autodesk's Applied Research Team, robotics, software, product design, and more. Hear their take on the intersection of engineering and design and what that means for the future of making things.
Follow along as Autodesk's Heather Kerrick gives us a tour of Autodesk's Pier 9 facility in San Francisco.