Top Senior Electronics Developers of August 2017
Web Architect & Senior Consultant
Software engineer with 20+ years experience
Developed real-time software in multiple companies from design phases till maintenance of commercial versions. Likes helping people, debugging and solving coding problems. Specialties: - Debugging - Fluent in C - Very good knowledge of C++ - Fast learner - Code Integration - Real Time Embedded Programming - Software & Hardware Interfaces - Protocol Stacks - Modems - Wireless/Cellular Protocols
Creative technologist and electronic engineer
For the last 3 years I've been working with UK teachers in small groups preparing them for the new computer science curriculum - almost all beginners and working with Scratch and Python. As a creative technologist, my last 2 major projects were building a giant drawing robot for an English science museum, and creating a robot programming course for school kids on behalf of the European space agency. Now I'm living in Spain and learning FPGA and building a modular control box. Lots more cool stuff on my website: http://www.mattvenn.net/
Hardware designer and firmware developer, in love with the creative process used to bring products to life
I am a hardware designer, used to design for manufacturing, who also loves tinkering and bring strange devices to life. I can help you with many electronics related topics.
Jack of All Trades (JS, Python, C(++|#), PHP, HTML, CSS, SQL)
I would consider myself a backend engineer with passable design skills I was educated in Computer Engineering, which was a 50/50 split between circuit design and computer science with some added signal processing thrown in. During my co-op work terms, I gained experience in PHP, C#, HTML/CSS/JS, Linux scripting, and database administration. As well I learnt app development (both native iOS/Android as well as Cordova-based hybrid apps using JS) In my free time, I write prototypes for ideas that I have, try out new languages and keep up to date on exciting tech. Notable side-projects include: - An Arduino guitar pedal using DSP for effects - A spatula-wielding robot to flip pancakes (badly) - A multi-client wifi instrument using a Raspberry Pi, and some speakers (in C)
Control engineer and Arduino freelancer who loves to make use of theories to implement interesting products and applications!
I enjoy binding different branches of engineering together, so that's why I chose to be Mechatronics and control engineer. In Mechatronics, you play with electronics, mechanics, programming, and control theory to make superb applications and products. The name of the game is successful integration between different domains, which is a missing skill searched by many engineers, and needed by many Start-ups.
Programmer and electronics enthusiast
I'm an electronic engineer with a soft side. While I am most comfortable working with low level or server side stuff lately I've been working with Angular and Intel Crosswalk and kind of like them.
Senior Web Developer @ Hobo-Web
I'm Marty, I live & work in Scotland as the Senior Web Developer @hobo-web, I use industry standard software to write code in: PHP, MySQL, HTML/CSS, jQuery, Wordpress, Arduino. I Also work with MegaPirateNG & MultiWii software which is used in Quadcopter flight controllers, along with all that, the things I do when not working include, Downhill Mountain Biking, Quadcopter building & Electronics.
Audio DSP (and analog electronics) engineer
I'm an electronics engineer, specializing in signal processing, and I <3 Python. I contribute to NumPy/SciPy in my free time, especially scipy.signal. Since my specialty is DSP theory, the video chat format might not be the most useful. I can do that if you're having trouble with something specific, but the "for hire" feature might be better.
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