Top Senior Embedded linux Developers - Dec 2017
The only principle that doesn't inhibit progress is: Everything goes.
I dropped physics in 2009 to become a fullstack developer and then partially dropped the developer role in 2016 to work with technology and education. While I can still be a physics teacher and a fullstack developer, what currently drives me is trying to understand how can we improve our relationship with machines through joyfull and mindfull experiences. I believe invention literacy is a way to empower people. If we work together it’s very likely I will talk a lot about Paulo Freire and Paul Feyerabend. If you don’t know them, you should definitely check them out because they are awesome! On my spare time I am a synth freak, homebrew computer enthusiast, marble run maker and a terrible melodeon player. I’m interested on human machine interaction, communication protocols, procedural and generative art, kinetic sculptures, pedagogy, math and philosophy of science.
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/
Experienced developer with wide expertise. Teaching and mentoring experience.
a very passionate mentor
I have been designing and writing code for the past 20 years. Many years in C++/C/C# on pretty much all platforms (Windows xp and down, mac, linux, bsd, direct hardware with no os). Many years of mentoring other engineer with applying best development practices, and specific language skills. Years of being a toolsmith in companies, helping optimizing development workflow around git, jira, code collaborator.
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.
Software developer with a strong passion for his work
Experienced developer involved in many projects during my twenty-year career, today team leader of one of biggest Italian ecommerce site. I'm really appassionate of my work and I like the idea of being able to help other programmers.
Specialising in IoT/embedded systems, cybersecurity and data science
I'm a developer with 15 years of experience. I've shipped dozens of large projects reaching millions of people. Along the way, I've learned to cover the entire stack all the way from "what does the project do?", through development, team management and end-user support. I've done it using every technology imaginable. I love to find out what problems people are trying to solve and to help them along where I can, so don't hesitate to get in touch!
Electrical engineer who likes to build IoT device - I worked mostly as embedded developer. I see myself as an integrator engineer. 4 years relevant Raspberry PI experience.
Professional developer with amateur passion
I'm a professional business software developer and integrator, with roots as a hobbyist. My job demands that I learn and think on my feet, and solve problems without mentoring and guidance. The projects I've worked on have ranged from firewall appliances and caching proxies to machine vision and robotics. Writing code is both my job, and my passion, and I'm excited to see where your needs take us.
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