Superteck

Member Since: September 16, 2009

Country: United States

Profile

Role

Senior I.T. Engineer Home Depot Corporate

Spoken Languages

English, Southern drawl.

Programming Languages

C, C++, English…

Associations

bad breath, talks too much, needs a bath.

Universities

Of bad knocks.

Expertise

Desktop engineer, 30+ years. Passing gas.

Interests

Women…. disc golf… not in that order..

Websites

Sparkfun..

  • Product PRT-10007 | about 8 months ago

    Would be great to have 13pin headers for Raspberry PI. I have used the 8 pin and trimmed off 1 pin from the 6 pin and they work OK. Depending on what heat sink I came up with they come up a little short, but workable… 13 pin, tall, headers a tough to find.

    I have fun coming up with creative heat sinks, and headers.

  • Product PRT-11417 | about 8 months ago

    Would be great to have 13pin headers for Raspberry PI. I have used the 8 pin and trimmed off 1 pin from the 6 pin and they work OK.

    They come up a little short, but workable… 13 pin, tall, headers a tough to find.

  • News - A Good Ol' Fashioned Capt… | about 2 years ago

    Once I’m through pillaging, these guys should be getting nervous.

  • Product KIT-10733 | about 2 years ago

    Also one of the mounting posts in on the load side. This should be isolated. There is a danger of arcing to the lov voltage side, and also if using metal mounting posts, high voltage to the mounting hardware, or worse….. Ouch…

  • News - A Monster New Product Pos… | about 3 years ago

    Whats up with the web page. The ‘products’,‘new products’ link hasn’t updated in couple weeks. The t-shirts and been at the top of the list so long they are starts to get arm pit stains :).
    Thought it was my browser but tried another machine and - nope. Still not showing the new products from the last 2 Fridays..

  • News - What is it you say you do… | about 3 years ago

    Sparkfun sells “Electronic Pixie Dust”, you still have to add the “Happy Thought”…

  • Product DEV-09713 | about 3 years ago

    The reason I do not use Microchip is the cost of a decent C compiler. AVR has a good C compiler, and FREE. Any recommendations, I am kinda attached to my arm and leg and do not want to give either up for a C compiler, or have to use cripple-ware…

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