I have been working with software for most of my life. Starting with the Commodore 64 in around 1985, I’ve enjoyed poking registers and making bits dance. I learned to program in C in around 1992, when I realized it could be a career path, and still enjoy using it today. I enjoy designing electronics projects that I sell for fun and sometimes profit. I develop interactive art installations and displays. I design and build SMT boards and interface devices to solve problems and satisfy curiosity. I enjoy teaching others about electronics and programming in classes at the local makerspace.
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