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As a mostly self-taught hardware designer, I started my career by disassembling small household appliances. That, and, as a five-year old, reading my dad's electronics text books for fun. In the 1980s (yes, time does go back that far), I started hardware in earnest by designing audio equipment to listen for termites and wood-boring bees. I then got some "formal" education in software.
By day, I'm the Marketing Manager and Chief Technology Officer for Screaming Circuits. In my spare time, I use advanced microcontrollers, field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and a wide range of sensors to create my robotics hobby projects.
TinyFPGA boards offer an inexpensive way for 'microcontroller jockeys' to get an introduction to the world of FPGAs
Stolen stepper motors and laptops, and an alarm system that remained quiet. Who was this undetected thief?
It's been nearly a year since I've spent any time writing about my Raspberry Pi Zero LiPoly charger / power supply design. Nonetheless, I have moved this project forward during that time.