I always loved taking things apart just to see how they worked. My parents, as you might’ve guessed weren’t so enthusiastic about my curiosity. Toys got broken, computers ruined; but I learned eventually how all of these things worked and went back together (functionally).
Employing that same curiosity, I’ve learned many new trades. I always felt like building is better than buying. I see something I’d like to have, I try to make it better than what the company is offering. You learn a lot this way.
I love finding that next project to tackle. The thrill of seeing something come from bits of hardware and electronics hacked up is an unquenchable thirst in me. Whether its building a 3D printed monstrosity of a drone, a new PC build, or just some cable clips for some wire management; I always crave that feeling of accomplishment.
Video games have been a huge part of my life, much like many others. When I get some spare time and need a break from being productive, I love getting immersed in new worlds and the challenges that come with it. I’ve always been very competitive, though I’d like to think not to a fault. I’ve always been very introverted but I feel like my next personal challenge is to get more camera time in and stream live plays of my favorite games, to share with the world everything I love doing.
If you’ve stuck with me this long, I’d like you, the reader, to know that my goal is to show everyone willing to listen that any skill can be learned, anything can be built, if you can dream it you can make it happen. Now let’s hack something together, together!