Studied Electronics Engineering. Developed and manufactured a bunch of Automotive electronic aftermarket kits (replacing mechanical with electronic) while still in collage, and happened upon Motorola microcontrollers while designing and developing an Engine Management System. At the time learned programming in ASM. Later discovered I could write in C instead. So learned C.
Soon after, got more involved in programming and learned C++. Got introduced to Delphi and that started my long journey in a career in Software engineering. Have been (and still am) a software engineer since 1996. Lately, (on and off since 2004 but more earnestly since 2014) been getting back to my roots in electronics and programming MCUs. Really enjoying bringing these two skills to work together.
I work on various MCU and dev boards
Arduino Zero + Wifi 101
Adafruit Feather M0+Wifi
ESP8266 (various boards from various vendors)
Texas Instruments MSP432 + CC3100 Booster pack
ST Micro NUCELO F401RE
ST Micro NUCLEO F411RE
Netduino 3 (Wifi)