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Zafar Iqbal tells unusual maker stories (part 2) 

 September 12, 2019

By  Lina Alexaki

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Zafar Iqbal, software engineer and maker, and Dr. Peter Dalmaris, author of Maker Education Revolution

Welcome to Tech Explorations Podcast episode 6, part 2.

The full video for this interview is available, please check it out.

In the previous part of episode 6, Zafar talked about his background as a programmer and maker, his approach to programming in multiple languages, his software designs, and some of his projects.

In this second part, Zaf and I discuss Zaf’s implementation of the Turing Machine based on an Arduino. This is one of Zaf’s most unusual gadgets. We also get into prime numbers, Zaf’s plans for future projects, and, towards the end, Zaf reveals his maker superpower.

This is Tech Explorations Podcast episode 6 part 2.

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