My name is Daniil Rose. I am dual-majoring in Computer Engineering and German at Penn State University. I am passionate about Operating Systems, Rust, and hardware hacking. I have experience in a variety of fields: from working with bomb-disposal robots using ROS and Bash, to experience programming cubesats that have gone to space!
I worked over the summer as an intern at Peraton Remotec, helping design systems for robots using ROS. I created an encrypted quick-patch system for updating Remotec robots easily. I previously worked as an embedded systems engineer at Quub, a start-up satellite firm, which included mechanical and electrical components. I designed PCBs and mechanical parts in CAD programs such as KiCad, Eagle, SolidWorks, and Fusion 360, and programmed my systems in the C, Rust, and Python languages.
I am a member of the Free Software Foundation, the IEEE and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Most of my projects are GNU GPL v3.0 licensed, and I believe in the freedom of knowledge, as well as self-hosting and decentralisation.
I pride myself in being as efficient and knowledgeable as is reasonable. This applies to all my work, whether it is programming, CAD design, or everyday life. I have strong communication skills, and utilise these to further my understanding of all topics and to work effectively with people of all different kinds of backgrounds.
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