Member Since: October 8, 2008
Country: United States
I am the Technical Support Manager at Sparkfun Electronics. I have been here for 8 years and in Tech Support for 7. If you have ever needed some help with your widget at Sparkfun, you have likely talked to me or my team at one point or another.
I’m a tinkerer by nature. For as long as I can remember I have been taking things apart to see what was inside. I am driven by an interest in knowing how things work, and how to fix them.
My experience with electronics range from wireless communication networks, to robotics. Competing in the international robotics competition, Robothon 2009 in Seattle Wa. I prepared two bots. 1 competing in both Line Follower, and Line Follower Obstacle. And the second in Mini Sumo (500Gram Class). The Line Follower robot took second place in the obstacle course.
Sparkfun Electronics, Super Bad Villain Corporation
English, l33t, 011000100110100101101110011000010111001001111001
Front Range Community College Red Rocks Fire Academy/ Emergency Medical Services Academy Hard knocks
Management, Problem solving, Arduino, Robotics, Xbee, RFID, IOT
Photography, Jeeps, Video Games
Tech Desk Tid Bits My personal blog, generally discussing all things geekery
http://www.instructables.com/member/thebadfrank/ I have posts on Instructables
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