Embedded
Embedded
Oct 8, 2020
347: Be Careful About the Bits
56 min

Chris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) discuss API design and team dynamics.

Elecia’s book: Making Embedded Systems

Embedded Patreon

StewMac (Ukulele kits)

Transcript: embedded.fm/transcripts/347

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