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Paul Jacobs' Night at The Computer History Museum

Earlier this month, Dr. Paul Jacobs was invited to join John Hollar, president and CEO of the Computer History Museum, in the museum’s popular Revolutionaries speaker series.  The fireside-chat format was very relaxed, allowing Hollar and Jacobs to candidly discuss Jacobs’ initial exposure to engineering, his beginnings at Qualcomm, early challenges, the growth of the ecosystem and more. But why read about it when you can watch it? Check out the chat below:


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