Have posted here several times. I’m a CTO for an early stage startup and the IoT device in our solution is based on an Electron. I have some mostly working firmware but it needs small to major rework to make it commercially viable. Are you a “guru”/elite/etc on the Electron and interested in a short gig? Neopixel experience a plus. Simple hardware electronics a plus too. If qualified and interested, read on.
-Can’t be too pricey. Did I mention we’re an early startup?
-Code works great on a Proton-based prototype but when ported to an Electron, doesn’t work that well. E.g., there’s insufficient logic for dealing with an iffy signal.
-Currently 775 lines of code to give you a basic idea. Two webhooks and one published var.
-Hardware is simple relatively: Neopixel bar, RGB LEDs as well, 5 DIs, temperature module, photocell with resistors, piezo, pretty much it. Designed by an EE so comfortable that the hardware is sound.
-Firmware, however, might need a little (improvements) or a lot. For example, the firmware checks for input, plays sounds and light patterns via a loop so timing is pretty much part of the code. Might need to do something like DI interrupts for better performance. Other approaches might need to change as well.
-Will require a signed NDA.
-Need it the sooner the better!
If this is in your wheelhouse, let me know ASAP. After an NDA, I would provide the full spec of what’s what. Thanks!