EE.SE: I work on microcontroller firmware, wireless communication, and machine learning at Rheidiant, Inc. I used to work on flash process development and C2000 microcontrollers at Texas Instruments, and have done a few personal projects on the side.
ELL.SE: I am a native speaker of American English. I grew up and currently live in Houston, Texas. I also spent several years in upstate New York.
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