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Hardware doesn’t always get a lot of love these days. Sometimes it seems like everyone is creating a software product, so naturally many startup events focus on software stuff.
But, for some intrepid creators, the realm of hardware beckons. Are you interested in the hardware industry but don’t know a lot? This event’s for you.
— NotionTheory (@notiontheory) February 23, 2016
On March 1 NotionTheory and cove will host a session on the basics of hardware prototyping, including discussion of design, validating your idea and user testing. The event on K Street will also feature time for networking and some product demos.
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