Keeping it weird in PDX
My first experience with "technology" is from 1970, building Radio Shack, "bug box", kits like crystal radios, galvonometer (lie detector), color organ and many more. I took all the electronics, computer and math classes my High School offered. My first job out of High School was working for a company building microprocessor based process control systems for the lumber industry. In 1989 I transitioned into IT and have spent the remainder of my career there.
I've always enjoyed working with microprocessors and software. It is only in the past few years that I've felt the information was now freely available and the cost was within reach. I've purchased Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards and have created many projects with them. I find it enjoyable to share my projects on YouTube. I find inspiration from others' videos and hope mine do the same for others.