A multidisciplinary engineer with over 10 years of experience in designing, implementing and adapting small to large scale systems.
Welcome to my Mini Blog, where I'd like to share tips and tricks that I found useful during my coding journey. I hope to keep each post small and to the point; hence, the Mini Blog. I hope you enjoy it and find useful.
I've fell in love with programming since the first time my father showed me how to code using BASIC on a ZX Spectrum 48K back in 1983, I was 12 years old. A lot of time passed since then. Over the years I've got my computer engineering degree from Boston University and got my MBA from UCF.
Desktop apps such as an MRP app for a medium sized water meter manufacturer, issue tracking software, bookkeeping software, designed and architected databases using MS Access and MS Sql Server. Also, wrote technical specifications, designed and developed electronic water meters, batching systems, automated weighing systems, fully automated meter test benches, automated meter reading devices using long range cable (RS485), IR and RF as well as accompanying customer facing desktop software. Used Visual Basic, C, 80x86 Assembly, assembly language for PIC microcontrollers, Ultra-low-power MCUs for industrial measurement, i.e. TI MSP430.
I hold several international patents on measurement and batching.
I enjoy creating web, mobile and desktop applications. And although constantly evolving, technologies I currently love working and comfortable with are (in alphabetical order):