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.

Enginursday: Enginerds in Vegas

Earlier this month, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas went down. For the first time, SparkFun attended in an official sense (as attendees). Pete, Dia, and myself represented Engineering, while our new head of Marketing, Jess, attended on behalf of her department. In addition, Nick W. and…

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Enginesday: Last-Minute Halloween

It’s the day before Halloween, and we’ve moved up our weekly Enginursday post to give you time for some final pre-treat tricks. If you’re like me, you haven’t started getting ready for the occasion. While you don’t have time for anything extravagant like a multicopter…

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Enginursday: For those of us on Macs

Before I get into this, I just want to announce our new twitter account for engineering; @SFE_Engineering. The account will be a way for us to show you guys what we’re up to, where we are going, and the occasion off topic twitter thread before we’re told to knock it off. So come for the…

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Fun with a Programmable Flashlight

As part of my job as the technical researcher, I review pretty much every product and product proposal sent our way. If I think it’s a cool product, I pitch it at the engineering meeting every Monday morning. This meeting more often then not consists of me pushing new products in an atmosphere…

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ELastoLite Hookup Guide

November 14th, 2013

Everything you need to setup a circuit using ELastoLite super flexible EL Panels from Oryon Technologies.
Name Pieces Total
ELastoLite Tutorial Bill of Materials
A bill of materials to make a simple 3x5" lamp and inver…
7 51.25
MFNY 2013
30 187