NXP FTF 2016: Why embedded vendors are missing the maker movement

May 27, 2016
It seems that almost everyone has a maker-level evaluation platform these days, but many embedded vendors appear only half-heartedly invested in the space, perhaps because it lacks the instant gratification they seek. In this NXP FTF interview with Gianfranco Comune of SECO, a successful embedded board manufacturer with a thriving maker community, Technology Editor Brandon Lewis tries to figure out what's wrong with most maker plays.
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