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Hardware Hacker Joe Grand to Speak at EE Live!

1/29/2014 08:45 AM EST
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kfield
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Re: Re : Hardware Hacker Joe Grand to Speak at EE Live!
kfield   1/30/2014 11:21:21 AM
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First, I totally wish that you could make it to the show. (Sad face here!) Unfortunately we do not do any live streaming, but we will be doing heavy coverage online and even a live chat with some of the speakers. Stay tuned and hope that you can make it to a future EE Live!!

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Anand.Yaligar   1/30/2014 11:15:05 AM
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@Karen, can we see the event online ? Is it streamed live ? It would really help all of us who cant make it to the show.

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Use of x-ray, laser and sound
Kinnar   1/29/2014 1:08:50 PM
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Use of x-ray, sound waves and lasers in PCB reverse engineering will be an interesting oportunity for the egineers. And it will be really interesting to listen it from an experienced demonstrator.

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looking forward to it
zewde yeraswork   1/29/2014 9:35:59 AM
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This should be another really interesting talk. I'm especially looking forward to hearing about hardware startups and the challenges therein.

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