I’m a hardware developer who focuses on building networks of sensors to collect environmental data, whether indoors, in a city, or in a river or forest.
I develop both open and closed source hardware as a freelancer through Wickerbox Electronics, my company, but I prefer to develop in the open whenever I can.
My Master’s is in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a focus on hardware, so that’s what makes up most of my projects. My early designs were in Eagle but now I work exclusively in KiCad. I develop both standalone boards and attachable boards that fit platforms like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Teensy.
Here’s some of what I do:
I’m available for hire so most of my work is closed source and proprietary, but here’s some of my open source work:
I use Git for version control, and I serve my websites with Jekyll on Github.
Lately, I’ve been trying my hand at building web apps using FreeCodeCamp.org’s coursework. Here’s what I’ve built so far: