I am Bin Feng, and I want to bring maker culture into classrooms through my company, Microduino. AMA!
My short bio: I am the cofounder and CEO of Microduino Inc., based in Los Angeles. My goal is to develop the Microduino community in the United States and lower the barriers to entry for maker culture so that children, novices, students and educators can participate.
My company, Microduino, was founded in 2012 by four friends. We are passionate about open-source hardware, and we are excited to bring easy-to-use, small, stackable, Arduino-compatible modules to market. The first generation of Microduino was a big success on Kickstarter, and now we are currently launching the second generation - Microduino mCookie. mCookie is much more accessible and geared more towards beginners and students.
I have a B.S. in Materials Science from Fudan University, and a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics from the University of California-San Diego.
My Proof: We announced the AMA on our official Twitter and Facebook pages.
Additionally, we posted about it on our Kickstarter site: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/microduino/microduino-mcookie-the-smallest-electronic-modules/posts/1256914
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