Received a B.S. from Montana State University in Computer Engineering focusing in signal analysis and control systems.
One thing that I've been taught in my years as a tinkerer, coder, hobbyist, programmer, and engineer is that it's an art; as much as a Van Gogh or Mozart inspires code, algorithms, and design too can be inspiring and beautiful.
I'm mainly focused in hardware level languages (VHDL, Verilog, Assembly, and C) and the wonders of Python. The combination of these languages (and a little MatLab) allows for the design and testing of any hardware control system with nearly no muss or fuss.
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