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You Can and Should Make Hardware
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| by Jeff Williams Follow 0 Followers on Feb 07, 2018 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in New York Jun 25 - 29, 2018. Join us!

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Summary
Jeff Williams talks about how to always maintain zero difference between prototype and production versions, treat hardware as a delivery system for software value, identify essential user task, run everyday design sprints and more.

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Bio

Jeff Williams is a Robotics Systems Developer. His primary interest recently is ultra-low cost robotics connected to the cloud by low-power microwave radios. In his career he has worked on large projects with Lego, L'Oreal, Wal-Mart, HP, Coca-Cola, Kroger, etc and with big logistics companies like APL, Sealand, Matson, P&O Ports, Maersk and DPA World Ports.

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