My name is Justin Bauer and I’m an electrical Engineer that works mostly on software coincidently. I’ve spent vast more numbers of hours on a keyboard compared to that with a soldering iron. This website is meant to catalog technology related ideas among other various topics that I think myself and other people may find useful. Most of the pages are “living documents” that I edit continuously on a day-to-day basis.
I graduated Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BS in Electrical Engineering. I’ve since worked at both big and small companies:
- Microchip Technology - Applications Engineer in their 8-bit division (2011-2015)
- 8-bit microcontrollers, PCB/Circuit design, technical teaching on various new peripherals, GUIs (java, C#), low-level programming, documentation
- Blockwise Engineering - Lead Software/Electrical Engineer (2015-2017)
- 32-bit ARM microcontrollers, GUIs (LabVIEW, C#, Qt), Web dev, PCB/Circuit design, CE certification
- AgJunction - Embedded Software Engineer (2017-present)
- A lot of Linux, kernel and U-Boot development, Qt, Yocto Linux
I also do freelance work with various clients on mostly embedded or mobile software applications. Please contact me if you’d like for me to work on your idea.
Please see my linkedin for more information.
In 2016 I created a microcontroller discussion website called mcuhq where I post projects pertaining to microntrollers and embedded Linux systems.
In 2017 I launched this blog initially as a means for me to easily keep track of places to go in Phoenix. I’ve since grown it to encompass some tech posts along with other useful notes that I can easily reference again.