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I am an experienced Maker that loves helping other people with their prototyping projects. My specialties include rapid prototyping using off the shelf hardware platforms and components. I am comfortable writing firmware in C++ as well as higher level languages like Python and Node on platforms such as the Raspberry Pi. I love digging through datasheets to get 3rd party sensors and components up and running with example code and schematics.
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- 4 years experience
I have created many IoT projects using the Raspberry Pi. My expertise in this area is in connecting sensors and 3rd party modules and writing code to interact with them. I created a free Skillshare class to teach physical computing on the Pi and have presented at open source conferences on this topic.
- 10 years experience
I have built many IoT project prototypes over the years including being a member of the Microsoft Internet of Things Maker Team. Active member of the Maker community and familiar with many rapid prototyping platforms.
Closed Loop Control on RPi3
A demo I helped create at Microsoft to showcase Windows IoT Core on the Raspberry Pi 3. Features motor control via the Pi and closed loop PID control of motor speed using an optical encoder. I created the GUI display and motor control class for this project. I also wrote the remote sensor driver which allowed the Pi to use an accelerometer from a mobile device as if it were installed locally.
Have your dryer text you when your clothes are done. A personal project I created to fix an "issue" with our new dryer. I shared the entire build process on my YouTube channel. Involved creating a wireless node to gateway solution that also communicated with a Losant web backend.
A simple node.js GPIO helper for the Onion Omega.
Python and NodeJS code for making hardware interaction on the Raspberry Pi easy