An interview with Wayne Stambaugh, KiCad project leader

An interview with Wayne Stambaugh, KiCad project leader

KiCad, which started as a private project by Jean-Pierre Charras, an Academic at IUT de Grenoble in 1992 (just a couple of years after the Web was born!!!), is now the PCB design tool of choice for thousands of professional engineers and hobbyists.

Wayne, a self taught programmer, is the current leader for the KiCad project. He was one of the first contributors to the project when he joined in 2006. If fact, it was a team of three: Jean-Pierre Charras (the original creator), Dick Hollenbeck (the first project leader), and Wayne.

An interview with Ranveig Strøm: entrepreneurship at CERN

An interview with Ranveig Strøm: entrepreneurship at CERN

On March 15 I had the pleasure of having a conversation about entrepreneurship, science and CERN with Ranveig Strøm. Ranveig is a Entrepreneurship Development Officer at the Knowledge Transfer Group (IPT-KT) at CERN. In that role, she is responsible for developing a culture of entrepreneurship at CERN, helping entrepreneurs in the startup process, facilitating for high-tech entrepreneurship through […]