John Teel | The Hardware Academy
Who is John Teel?
John Teel is an Electronics design engineer and the founder of PredictableDesigns.com. He is helping entrepreneurs, startups, makers, inventors, and small companies develop new electronic hardware products through his Hardware Academy.
John also hosts The Predictable Designs Podcast, which focuses on hardware startups and entrepreneurs who are looking to launch a new electronic hardware product. He talks about how to create, manufacture, market, and sell successful new hardware products.
In addition, he’s also a contributing writer for Makezine.com (Make: Magazine), Entrepreneur.com, and Hackster.io. He’s been a senior microchip design engineer for Texas Instruments (TI) for 15 years and has nearly 30 years of experience designing electronics. He started designing electronics, building robots, and programming computers about the age of 14 and shortly. (Great job John!)
He invented many successful microchips while working for TI, which may now be found in a variety of popular electronic gadgets, including several Apple products.
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