Member Since: June 26, 2009
Country: United States
Tech Research for SparkFun. If you’re here because I offended you on the according to Pete contest, I apologize, it’s my job. Just offering constructive criticism.
If you’re here for other reasons, disregard the first bit. I’ve been with SparkFun since 2008 with a mechanical backround. My interest are mostly mechanical, but shifting more and more to electronics, specifically Arduino and single board computers.
Most of my hobbies are more nerdy than I’m willing to admit in a public forum, but of the ones I am willing to talk about, I enjoy hiking, auto racing, and Woodworking.
When you're advertised free toolchains or free value-add, you're skeptical. Ninety-five percent of the time, you're correct, but does that mean the tool isn't worth it?
All good things must come to an end, especially the availability of the component or product you need.
It always starts the same; I get an amazing new device or technology dumped in my lap. Then sets in the reality of doing my job.
Everyone is talking IoT these days. We are extremely pumped about IoT, but it might not be obvious why.
What are your "yourself" limits when it comes to DIY? What do you value when in your project and what are you looking to accomplish when you "do it yourself"?
The Internet of Things is a notion of a new age of internet connected devices. It stands to be a great time in technological advancement. You, as our customer, are in a position to get into it from the beginning.
My experience at CES 2015 and my thoughts on attending.
We really want to do a fun and amazing project here in Engineering and want to know your thoughts.
A few us from engineering got to attend the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas earlier this month. Here's some of the stuff we can show.
Some quick and easy last minute ideas to add electronics to your Halloween decorations.
A quick roundup of some of the more useful programs I have found being a tinkerer with a Macintosh Computer.