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Circuit design and schematic capture
I did well in IT and don't really need to work so I'm not actively looking, on the other hand I am always keen to do something interesting. So if you have a hardware or software project you think I could help with get in touch.
We currently live in the bush in central Queensland (near Bundaberg) but with current technology it's quite practical to interact in real time even if we're physically located on opposite sides of the globe.
I interact with clients mostly using Skype, chat only though, with occasional video/voice but the bandwidth required is too much for my data plan to do that regularly. That said if you're paying me properly or picking up the tab I will make an exception.
With Skype it's easy to drag and drop files, photos, drawings, screen shots etc.
My timezone is GMT+10, I tend to be up working until about 2AM so that helps align me with people in the US, UK and Europe.
See my contact page for contact details.
Just for a laugh
Yours truly featured in Embedded Designer recently. Readable version here.
Plus PULSE magazine did a spread on me and the project I was designing at the time, namely BUSnet and MAXX, two systems designed for monitoring and control of commercial to light-industrial installations.
My current personal project is a SAMG55-based controller board.
I did this "Are you a geek" test.
Guess I'm a geek.
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