Our hardware engineers are experienced trainers, running sold-out workshops around the U.S.
Unique and Proven Format
Students learn the basics of hardware prototyping and electronic fundamentals in a format that combines classroom style lecture with hands-on work.
Each workshop is customized to match the skills and interests of the students. Students always walk away with a functioning device and the knowledge needed to continue developing their skills.
A typical workshop includes:
- Industry overview and project examples
- Hands-on modules that demonstrate machine-to-cloud, cloud-to-machine, and machine-to-machine communication.
- Exploratory time to use components from a hardware treasure chest
Typically, our instructors offer flexible office hours before and after our scheduled workshops to allow for one-on-one time.
Michael Faber IT Innovation Program Manager, Duke University
"These classes have been among our most popular, and your team approaches the topic with expertise and command of the subject matter, while still making the information truly approachable to inexperienced students."