Growing up building and breaking things, Darren Neuman was destined to be an engineer from an early age. He built his first radio when at the age of 8 and programmed his first computer by 14 that he still has today. After studying computer engineering at the University of Illinois, Darren landed on a digital video project and never looked back. For the last 14 years at Broadcom, Darren has been serving as a Chip Architect, designing high-end digital video products including the silicon inside the very first DVD players. From the Sony Play Station to digital cameras, cable boxes and TVs, chances are if you watch TV, you are using a chip designed by Darren.