Member Since: July 18, 2010

Country: United States

  • Product DEV-10585 | about 3 years ago

    Developing hardware products for apple is a ridiculous process. Before any Apple device will talk to you, it wants verification codes from an Apple proprietary IC. The verification chip and the Apple device have a little conversation through your processor and if the device is happy, then it’ll talk to you.
    Developing with the chip isn’t that bad. Getting the chip is a real pain, at least it was for the company I was working for. So i guess seeing one of these for iTouch, iPhone, or iPad depends on how masochistic Sparkfun is feeling…

  • News - So You Want To Work At Sp… | about 4 years ago

    when you need an embedded systems/EE guy, you know where to find me…

  • News - Avast ye Hackers! | about 4 years ago

    seriously, still waiting (expecting, hoping) for an engineering opening

  • Product WRL-08550 | about 4 years ago

    why is it exactly that you want us to pay double the cost of the module by itself to also get the pcb and some soldering?

  • News - Calling All Bean Counters | about 4 years ago

    too bad it’s not an engineering offer… i’m still game for that, by the way ;-)

  • News - Organization chart! | about 4 years ago

    Incredible. The whole place (but engineering especially) seems to have grown since I was there in January. Of all the EE companies to work for, SFE is still the top of my list
    On a side note, I think you forgot some key players: the office dogs!

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