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Physical Computing, or How Software Meets Christmas Trees

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Tom Igoe is an Associate Arts Professor at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP). Igoe makes tools that sense and respond to a wide range of human physical expression. He has written four books for makers and he is an occasional contributor to Make magazine as well. He is a co-founder of Arduino, an open source microcontroller environment built for non-technicians. tigoe.net/blog.

About the conference

The Philadelphia Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference has established itself as the most diverse and interesting conference on the East Coast. Curated by developers, for developers, it brings together the brightest minds in software development.

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May 30, 2015

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