I learned hardware through hands on. After blowing up a few transistors and designing a few thousand different circuits for real-world products, I soon found myself building complete SoC's (system on chips).
Having taught myself C back in 1997 when I was 10, and since learned over 40 languages on many platforms, programming comes as natural as speaking english. This allows me to focus on the task of solving the problem at hand.
As well as the desktop world I also work in the embedded world of microcontrollers, processors and the general embedded world. Working with assembly, *ISC, MCU languages and low-level linux programming.
For those of you who already know me, you probably know I have a YouTube channel.
That has generated a lot of interest and I get a lot of questions :question:, comments and requests now. Some things are small, simple and really don't warrant a full video being made.
In order to answer those smaller questions, as well as to post any small hint, tip or cool software thing I am doing on that particular day I figured a simple small blog would be a good place for it.Visit My Blog
Although my time is limited I'm always free to help. I try to get on forums to answer questions, and get many emails daily to help in all areas of computer programming and hardware, whether it be in software, web, hardware or embedded. If you are stuck on anything I love helping out. Feel free to email me.
I have started producing training videos for programming (with ones on hardware design, soldering and anything else I get the time for to follow). Check out my YouTube for the free videos.
I am always very busy with my own companies, if you have some software or hardware requirements you cannot fulfil I may be able to find time to take on contracted work. Each project will be taken on it's own merits and pricing and timescale can be worked out on an individual basis.Hire Me
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