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Roland Pelayo

Roland is the brains of Teach Me Microcontrollers. He is a firmware engineer who have ten years (and counting) of experience in developing electronic and microcontroller-based systems. Roland's designs include medical devices, security and automation, robots, emergency alert systems and educational training modules. Besides writing for TMM, he currently heads the Electronics Engineering Program of Holy Cross College in Davao City. He was also once a technical editor of All About Circuits and Maker.Pro Roland is open to consultation or microcontroller firmware projects: just contact him via the contact page.

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