I am looking for my next interesting, amazing engineering project. It could be cyber security, network architecture, IPv6, etc. Contact me to join along.
I have my Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from University of Detroit Mercy class of 1996. I went into cyber security and network engineering. A few years ago on Facebook I saw an ad for an Arduino Starter Kit. I had a lot of fun with it so I added to my collection. I have 9 Arduino devices and now a Raspberry Pi 4 8GB 64-bit running Ubuntu 20.04 64-bit. My goal of this page is to educate and mentor you in STEM. I will teach you Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics or STEM. Our daughter will turn 6 in September. I have started working with her on STEM. She is doing science experiments and building Kiwi Kits. She goes to summer camps based around science. I bought her an Edison robot. I installed a Kali server for Try Hack Me studies. I want to see how the hackers apply their trade to better defend against them.
I want bored one day. Well, tired of doing stuff. So I searched the internet about physics. I came upon Leonard Susskind. He makes physics fun again. He isn’t worried about proving anything. He stays away from complex math. He has 137+ videos. Spend some time watching them.
Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch professor of Theoretical physics at Stanford University. His research interests include string theory, quantum field theory, quantum statistical mechanics and quantum cosmology. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an associate member of the faculty of Canada’s Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and a distinguished professor of the Korea Institute for Advanced Study.
William Gilbert Strang (born November 27, 1934), usually known as simply Gilbert Strang or Gil Strang, is an American mathematician, with contributions to finite element theory, the calculus of variations, wavelet analysis and linear algebra. He has made many contributions to mathematics education, including publishing seven mathematics textbooks and one monograph. Strang is the MathWorks Professor of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He teaches Introduction to Linear Algebra, Computational Science and Engineering, and Matrix Methods and his lectures are freely available through MIT OpenCourseWare.
My mentor said to be called an engineer you need three things?”
1.) You needed a Bachelor’s degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering.
2.) Experience and the education into the future. We continue our education beyond our Bachelor’s degree. We research new technology to better serve the corporation’s needs. We bring new ideas to the table.
3.) Engineers bring solutions not problems to management.
This site will take you on the 30+ year journey into being an engineer
My late father always said the easy road is never the right road to take.
Knowledge requires effort and time to gain.
From Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium:
Unlikely adventures require unlikely tools.
Your life is an occasion, Rise to it!
From Babylon 5
Never fear answers, only fear running out of questions.