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  COMPACT in his own words: I am a 35 year veteran of the Electronics and Information Technology industries and a strong advocate of "Hands-on" and commonsense approaches for engineering education. My experience includes many disciplines and fields with the focus on the design, development, production and integration of high quality practical, reliable and resilient products and systems some of which have now become ubiquitous and a part of 21st Century life (such as Computers, Laser Pr ...
Rewarding 5 star members This month, we are recognising dmaruskafor his great contribution to the community showing great all round expertise. The element14 member of the month is open to all members of the community who demonstrate a high level of expertise by being helpful, kind and respectful to others. ...
Member of the month July 2012: Nate1616Rewarding 5 star members This month, we are recognising Nate for his great contribution to the community showing great all round expertise. About Nate1616 in his own words: "I am a BIM Specialist by day for an AEC firm here in the USA.  For all of you wondering What “BIM” stands for its Building Information Modeling.  My daily tasks range from writing custom add-ons for our software to doing engineering on a large scale heath care f ...
Member of the month April 2012: MichaelKellettRewarding 5 star members This month, we are recognising MichaelKellett for his great contribution to the community showing great all round expertise. About MichaelKellett in his own words: "I am an independent electronics engineer (ie. I design/test  things for other companies)  with  interests ranging from high performance analogue to FPGA supported networking.   I first got interested in electronics when I was a kid and ...
About Robotonics in his own words: "I started my career in Electronics in the R.E.M.E (Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers) as a young man in 1984. I  trained and worked as a Vehicle Electrician. After leaving the Army I retrained as a Computer repair technician, I then had various jobs as a ‘Field Engineer’ whizzing up and down the UK installing computers, EPOS systems, routers, modems, and various other IT related equipment. During this time I was developing a pa ...
About Billabot in his own words: "I've been a software engineer for 30 years. Electronics has been a hobby every since I graduated from a 2 year Technical College with a degree in Industrial Electronics right after I finished my BS in CIS. Right now I'm semi-retired and spend most of my time on the web expanding and applying my software engineering skills to my electronics hobby. It is an excellant way to pass the days.      In fact, I just recently passed the exam for the hi ...
Rewarding 5 star members This month, we are recognising YT 2095 for his great contribution to the community showing great all round expertise. YT 2095 from West Midlands, UK. About YT 2095 in his own words: "Ok, just to please my Wife, I`ve been told to say "hello, I`m the YT and I`m crazy!" so now having pleased her and gotten that out of the way, I`ll have a go at this Biography thingy. I`m a Middle-aged father of 2 and have been married for 13 years, My Kids are the best on the planet! (I ...
Member of the month December 2011:   Don Bertke - DABRewarding 5 star members This month, we are recognising   DAB  for his great contribution to the community showing great all round expertise. Don Bertke– Retired Systems Engineer  from Beavercreek, USA. About DAB in his own words: "I began tinkering with electronics in high school.  I could not afford to go to college, so I went to a Technical School and got a two year degree in Electronics Technology. ...
Rewarding 5 star members  Today we are recognising Nico for his great contribution to the community in the Summer Of Design Competition and wider community. Nico will receive a mixed box of element14 goodies and development kits.   Nico teWinkel – Software Engineer from Canada. A little about Nico: "I've been a software engineer for more than 20 years. Electronics has been a hobby every since I played with the old 10-in-1 and 200-in-1 RadioShack kits back in the 70s when I was ju ...