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My name is Kevin Cuzner. I’m an electrical engineer working in the Austin, TX area. This is my own personal technical blog  where I document my projects and experiments that I do as hobby projects. My interests range from embedded systems to 3D printing and pretty much anything I do that I feel like sharing will appear here.

Everything you see here will be developed primary on Linux using mostly free and/or open source software, but I make an effort to try to making things able to be compiled on Windows with appropriate tools installed and some (hopefully minimal) finagling. I prefer Arch Linux with the i3 window manager with a mixture of GTK and Qt programs. The server hosting this website is from AWS running their own Linux flavor.

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  1. subroto ghosh

    Hi Kevin,

    Nice to know about you. I am really impressed with your matrix clock. I am interested to build this project and as you have given the schematic on the web site. It would be gr8 if the source code is also published to help people like me to make this project. Can you help me out to make this project.

    Regards

    Subroto Ghosh
    Hyderabad, India

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  2. ilker

    Hi Kevin,

    I met your site while searching about the Simulink, and found your blog, and impressed with the content.
    I am a mechanical engineer , working in automotive but very unstoppable desire to learn everything and but priority is robotics, control, and programming mainly python and C++

    I am also planning to start a python project for simulink, as you said it is not fun to use Matlab and Simulink 🙂 did you start you prject can you please give some status.

    I have a blog to engineeringjudgement.wordpress.com, unfortunately it is very new there is almost nothing in it right now.

    I look forward to read a few words from you,
    We may share ideas, experience…

    Kind regards,

    ilker

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  3. Algen

    Hello,

    I can’t find any contact info in the site so forgive me for using the comment section. I’m Algen, I work with engineering website EEWeb and would love to have your website featured as a site of the day on EEWeb. Is this of interest to you?

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Sincerely,

    Algen

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  4. Daniel Kalny

    Hi Kevin, I’m working with FRDM-K64F board. My goal is to implement USB device driver. I program in Forth (SwiftX by Forth, Inc.). I have made an exact copy of your Teensy 3.1 bare metal USB driver. My problem is following: upon attachment to a USB port my MCU receives a USB reset signal, then I get TOKDNE interrupt, presumably because of SETUP token. However OWN bit of ENDP0 BD is still high and TOK_PID[3-0] is the same as set by myself (i.e. RX EVEN BD is 0x0400088). It looks like USB module receives the SETUP token, triggers an interrupt but nothing is stored in BD. Have you ever encountered this problem? Any idea what may be wrong? I would appreciate very much your help. Thanks. Daniel

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