Dominic Pajak started as an engineer in Arm’s CPU group in Cambridge, UK. He later product managed Arm’s smallest, lowest power processors and was part of the team that took the Cortex-M processor family from small beginnings to billions of chips shipped per year.

Dominic has consulted with major companies in the automotive, consumer and industrial segments but is a big believer in making embedded technology accessible to everyone. He’s currently VP Business Development at Arduino based in Silicon Valley where among other things he led Arduino’s on-device Machine Learning initiative with Google, a cellular IoT partnership with Australia’s largest telco, and occasionally gets time to hack retro computers. Dominic holds a PhD in Computer Science from University of Leeds, UK.

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