Q&A: MathWorks and the Maker Movement (.PDF Download)

Dec. 30, 2015

The Maker Movement has garnered a wide range of hobbyists, developers, and professionals who are taking advantage of low-cost development platforms like Raspberry Pi, as well as new tools like 3D printers, to create an amazing collection of devices and systems. It’s a movement that major vendors like MathWorks are following...

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