I want to get really good at what I do, particularly rapid hardware development with the help of high-level systems, esp. Python and Django. This goal breaks down into a couple skills, which you can see featured below, with emphasis on Altium, Linux, and Python.
In the past, I have put on quite a variety of hats - as you can see from my work experience - ranging from (hardware) to (low-level work with C memory maps) to (high-level Django and even the bit of web dev for this site). In a lot of my work, I have had little to no help or coaching; while at iVeia I jumped deeper into SEAndroid than anyone there, while at Synthego I debugged I2C issues that were almost mystical, and while at the Microrobotics Lab I had to figure out RF design on my own. After these challenges and the struggles I faced in personal projects, I feel that I can overcome anything thrown at me.
Moving forward, I see 3 paths to realize my career goals. These may not be the only paths, I am always open to ideas.
- Work at company with a mentor who is GREAT at either Python or Hardware design.
- Get thrown into a project that pushes the limits of my hardware knowledge and forces me to excel.
- Work on contracts so that I can further my independence and perfect my skill set.
Engineering is more than just my work, it is my main passion. I have learned quickly and plan to accelerate my learning even more now that I am out of college. I believe that hardware development can be faster AND better, and plan on being part of that movement.
tl;dr I am looking to join a team with an AMAZING hw/python mentor where I can push my skills to the limit OR work on contract systems work (hw, linux, c, python). Contact me for either. (email: me@this site)
Note: I don't normally do front-end dev, so don't take the design of this site as an indicator of the quality of my work.
Additional info: PDF Resume