I'm a Scientist, and work with lots of electronics. From computers, Sensors, and Weather. I invent and work with Audio and Video as a hobby. If I can help anyone with anything just ask. Hope to meat new friends here.
Hi Hackaday, Long-time-listener, first-time-caller Charlie here. I am taking a student's sabbatical from my Electrical and Computer Engineering bachelors and spending some time working (or Professional Development, as I like to call it) and tinkering. I have a few projects rolling around in my head, and I hope the Hackaday community will be able to help me along the way.
I'll post in the events and/or general discussion area as well, but on the topic of introductions: Any hackaday-ers going to the NYC Maker Faire this weekend?
Hi I'm Dan from Adelaide in Australia, moving back to Sydney soon though. Currently working in aviation maintenance. I love ripping things apart and restoring or basically just finding out how things work. I have experience in woodworking, metalworking, jet propulsion, hydraulics, pneumatics, general mechanical and a whole bunch of other stuff but fairly limited in the way of electronics/computing. Would love to get into the whole hacking side of things but I just lack the knowledge and experience to get started. Hope to change that in the future though. Would love to collaborate too if anybody is interested.