Hardware, Software & the Internet of Things
June 23–25, 2015 • San Francisco, CA
Matthew Berggren

Matthew Berggren
Sr. Director of Product, Supplyframe

@technolomaniac

Matt Berggren is a hardware engineer, systems architect, and product manager who spent 15 years in product management and hardware development at Altium, helping develop the underlying Altium hardware development methodology and workflow used by Altium customers. Since then he joined Supplyframe as senior director of product focusing on vertical search for electronics and making sense of electronics information from across the web.

Matt also runs several popular workshops in San Francisco, where he teaches entrepreneurs, hackers, makers and the like to develop circuits and circuit boards, and hosts meetups for engineers to discuss hardware development and electronics design. He has worked in the US, Australia, and China building electronics for the global market, and runs engineering teams in both the US and hands-on in China.

Sessions

9:00am–5:00pm Tuesday, 06/23/2015
Tutorial, Technology
Location: Southside Theater (Bldg D)
Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe)
Average rating: ****.
(4.29, 14 ratings)
This hands-on workshop looks at the process of building a printed circuit board (PCB) from soup to nuts. We’ll learn basic PCB terminology, how boards are fabricated / assembled, look at the circuit design process, which tools are available and common software concepts. We'll also look at best practices, rules and constraints, standards, and ultimately build a board ready to manufacture. Read more.