The Teardown Sessions are a series of livestreamed interviews and hands-on learning sessions with Crowd Supply creators, staff, and special guests.
We go live on YouTube every Friday at noon Pacific. Join us live to ask questions and get the chance to win a box of mystery hardware and cool swag.
Find all our past Teardown Sessions linked in the updates above or on our YouTube playlist.
|Date and time (Pacific)||Guest|
|Friday November 12th at noon||Joey Castillo, creator of Sensor Watch, live from Cyber City Circuits|
|Friday November 19th at noon||Joe Fitz from SecuringHardware, creator of Tigard|
|Friday 10th December at noon||Darian Johnson, creator of Newt|
|December 2021, TBA||bunnie and xobs, creators of Precursor and Novena|
In episode 10 of the Teardown Sessions, Crowd Supply’s Helen Leigh sits down with Ben Hencke, LED wizard and creator of the much beloved LED controller, PixelBlaze. Pixelblaze is a Wi-Fi-enabled, live-codable LED controller with a web-based development environment. Ben and Helen discuss wide-ranging topics, from manufacturing and design to live-coding with the Pixelblaze IDE.
You’ll also be treated to a gallery of compelling, weird, beautiful, and definitely shiny LED projects along with an equally dazzling display of live-coding. If blinkenlights are your jam, this is the Teardown Session for you!
In episode 9 of the Teardown Sessions, Crowd Supply’s Helen Leigh chats with Straithe, open source technical community manager at Great Scott Gadgets. Straithe shares her knowledge about technical documentation, managing pull requests, social media engagement, and building community in open hardware.
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