My name is Frank and this is my website.
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I am an electrical engineer and DIY hobbyist. I graduated from U of Waterloo in 2013. Currently I work as a R&D hardware engineer for PlayStation (Sony Interactive Entertainment) peripherals in the San Francisco Bay Area. I am a volunteer at the MakerSpace of South SF Public Library. I was an electrical engineer for rLoop (a hyperloop pod team) and Adafruit Industries.
On this website, you’ll find articles about my projects, some with tutorials and fully open source. I also create many tools that may be helpful to you. Plus some useful reviews, reverse engineering data dumps, engineering notes, etc. (click on “posts” on the menu bar to view, or checkout the projects category if you are in a hurry)
If you just have a simple question about something, publically leave a comment on the page where it’s appropriate, or privately send me an email.
If you’d like to invite me somewhere, send me an email. I’d like to attend hackerspaces, presentations, training sessions, etc.