I've got a bachelor of science degree in mechatronics and a master of science degree in microsystems engineering, both from the university of applied sciences in Furtwangen, Germany.
Now I'm mostly working on small embedded software (<1MB ROM) for level sensors and switches, including safety critical applications. I do some hardware stuff here and there, but most of them are very basic power supply things or signal conditioning for the ADC in the micros.
I've worked with MSP430 quite a bit and also with Cortex M0 and Cortex M4F variants from ST.
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