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Featured on EE Web!

I was contacted a while ago and dragged my feet, like any good engineer. But today I was the “featured engineer” on EE Web! Exciting!

Aside from the fact that it was very nice of them to think of me, I’m just as excited to be featured on there along with friends from the electronics scene! My co-host of The Amp Hour (who probably won’t let me forget who was interviewed first), Dave Jones has been featured in the past. My co-conspirator for the recently completed 555 contest, hackmaster elite¬†Jeri Ellsworth has been featured. And someone else I really respect from the hobbyist scene,¬†Limor Fried of adafruit.

If you haven’t checked out EE Web, I suggest it. They have a really clean interface which I like for browsing their articles. The forums are still a bit light on participation but hopefully will fill up with knowledgeable people soon. Thanks again to EE Web for featuring me!

By Chris Gammell

Chris Gammell is an engineer who talks more than most other engineers. He also writes, makes videos and a couple podcasts. While analog electronics happen to be his primary interests, he also dablles in FPGAs and system level design.

2 replies on “Featured on EE Web!”

Hey Chris. Just started listening to your Amp Hour podcast, and I can't get over how much Dave sounds exactly like one of my friends from New Zealand. Not the typical "everyone from there sounds alike" deal. I've worked with a lot of Kiwis and folks from Aus, and they all have distinguishing characteristics in their accents.

At any rate, I am enjoying the podcast, and I too was recently featured on EEWeb: http://www.eeweb.com/spotlight/interview-with-sco

I used to have a blog that I'm thinking of reviving, with the hopes that someday I get a spot on the Engineer Blogs site. Haha. Keep up the good work!

I'm making a 2D Animated short story for my thesis, but the papers are asking me to define weather its a Web Narrative Animation or a Web Feature Animation. I tried asking my profs through mail and text and I can't get hold of them, my only option is to ask on the submission day for the papers.

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