Hi! Welcome to Make it, Break it, Fix it.
My name is Eddy and I am an engineer of the networking type. I work with large-scale computer networks. For those of you who understand the industry, I work mostly near the edge of the cloud and a few layers to the core on multi-continental WAN’s.
I am also a teacher where I teach various subjects within the Bachelor of Technology degree (network engineering and security).
On the side I work as a contractor building IoT and embedded devices.
As you may already know, working in I.T. involves sitting in front of the computer most of the day. In my spare time I like to get my hands dirty. This includes hobbyist electronics, mechanic works (mostly 2-stroke engines from motorbikes and boats), wood working, building, and welding.
I enjoy pulling things apart to see how they work, and modifying them to work better/differently.
I have created this site to record all the things I make, break and fix during my spare time. I hope you enjoy it and I look forward to hearing from you. If anything on my site helped you in any way, please comment and leave feedback.
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