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I am an engineer in Portland, OR, currently employed as a
I have been steadfastly engineering solutions to diverse problems since 2008! I am privileged to have experience in software, mechanical, electrical, and manufacturing engineering.
Education is a deep core value of mine. A strong foundation in academic principles is a defining characteristic of an engineer. I have actively sought out technical knowledge and wisdom in my career, and have achieved the following:
My completion of a masters degree is a direct reflection of my existing expertise and commitment to excellence in software design. I have a passion for the craft, and want to produce the best quality work that I can.
I completed my Industrial, Manufacturing, and business certifications at Oregon State University back in 2010. I finished with honors, a 3.92 GPA, and two MECOP internships. I was also awarded most outstanding senior in the college of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering.
I strongly value the opportunity to work. I believe that work is an privilege, not a chore. I also believe that the most fulfilling work is that which supports the community. I have been lucky to receive an excellent education and to have built an excellent professional support network, thus, I have been able to work in jobs that I believe fulfill my 'community uplift' criteria. I do not regard many industries to be value-add, and in these sectors I hold no professional interest. Research firms, design firms, manufacturing firms, and even consulting firms are where I believe value is generated for society. It is in these industries that I have worked and will continue to work.
Off hours, you will observe me most easily as a cyclist, as a geek, and certainly as keeping Portland Weird. The sun does not come out much in Oregon, but lack of sunshine has not deterred me from a significant amount of road, mountain, and cyclocross riding. I have been on teams, clubs, and ridden independently. I was previously heavily involved in the reprap community, building documentation, models, firmware, & helping novices get their machines running. I still love to “wow" students & friends with the simplicity of FFF printing. In 2013, I published my own printer design, including the full CAD and build instructions under the OpenHardware philosophy. Check out my machine, cOssel! Of course, as a software geek, I spend a great deal of time hacking away on projects as well. I was previously active on the AmpersandJS Core Team, and still partner regularly with local advocacy groups, such as Portland Clean Air.
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