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1  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Tons of new Arduino jobs on: February 08, 2013, 12:56:08 pm
Hey guys,

We've had a nice variety of arduino jobs posted recently ... here's a sample:

Arduino genius required for 3d printer project with a difference
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-genius-required-for-3d-printer-project-with-a-difference-must-be-a-real-genius/

Arduino: Send Sensor Measurements to Database via WiFi
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-send-sensor-measurements-to-database-via-wifi/

Qr code reader that regulates vending machine motor
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduinoqr-code-reader-that-regulates-vending-machine-motor/

Arduino Accelerometer + data logger + sound integration
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-accelerometer-data-logger-sound-integration/

Arduino Uno R3/Seeduino Bluetooth shield to Android script
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-uno-r3seeduino-bluetooth-shield-to-android-script/
2  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / A couple of new Arduino jobs! on: May 16, 2012, 03:39:33 pm
Hi guys,

We got a whole bunch of new job posts coming in ... check it!

Prototype development – internet of things
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/prototype-development-internet-of-things/

Arduino Expert in London for product Prototype
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-expert-in-london-for-product-prototype/

LED POV full color
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/led-pov-full-color/

Prototype design using HID USB Host and multiple XBee receivers
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/prototype-design-using-hid-usb-host-and-multiple-xbee-receivers/

Arduino PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-prototype-development/

Arduino fashion project
http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-expert/


Cheers,

Rob
@arduinoexperts
3  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / A couple of new Arduino jobs! on: March 15, 2012, 03:11:15 pm
Hey guys,

We're getting some action at arduinoexperts.com .. looks like the job market is heating up for Arduino with the internet of things coming in a big way!

Here's a couple of new jobs posted:

Arduino and OpenFrameworks Tech : http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-and-openframeworks-tech/

Prototype Project for Dissertation : http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/prototype-project-for-dissertation/

Arduino AGV Project : http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-agv-project/

Design and prototype a new device : http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/design-and-prototype-a-new-device/


It's a good time to post a developer profile since we're new and it's easy to stand out!

Cheers,

Rob
@arduinoexperts
4  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / 4 new Arduino jobs inside! on: November 29, 2011, 04:39:01 pm
Things are heating up .. there's definitely people out there looking for arduino developers!

1. Arduino Serial Bus Interface Developer : http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/arduino-serial-bus-interface-developer/

2. Mast leveling controller: http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/mast-leveling-controller/

3. Arduino wiring or processing developer needed: http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/looking-for-arduinoprocessing-developer-for-help-with-thesis/

4. Microelectronics System Engineer: http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/microelectronics-system-engineer/


Follow ArduinoExperts on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest jobs!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Arduino-Experts/112890208813590
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/arduinoexperts

Cheers!

Rob
@ArduinoExperts
5  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Looking for developer: XBEE + Arduino Ethernet gateway on: November 03, 2011, 11:36:37 am
Thanks for your responses.. I called Digi yesterday to ask about how the XBEE itself handles the problem of many nodes.

He said it should be able to handle 'thousands' of nodes.. but I asked what happens if a whole bunch of those start sending at the same time - he said he would get back to me.

This may not be a problem at all .. if I have 500 nodes with a heartbeat of 5 minutes... I think there wouldn't be too much overlap in communications
6  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Looking for developer: XBEE + Arduino Ethernet gateway on: November 01, 2011, 02:40:35 pm
Job posting: http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/xbee-arduino-ethernet-gateway/

I’m interested in having a gateway designed that relays all data appearing on the serial port of the arduino to a server online via Ethernet.

An XBEE module will be connected to the arduino as well as an ethernet shield.

Requirements:

DHCP – On power up the arduino needs to use DHCP to allocate an IP address from whatever router it is connected to

Serial TTY input – the arduino needs to be monitoring the serial port in realtime and sending all data it receives from the XBEE to a specified server on the internet via the arduino Ethernet library

the arduino may need to buffer incoming data so that nothing is lost.. need more insight into this..

I’m looking for a developer that can write the arduino code required to make this happen .. it’s a pretty simple application, I just need it to be optimized to handle the possibility of receiving data from many XBEE sensors at the same time and not dropping any resulting data in the process..
7  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / New Gig: Pressure sensor training feedback tool on: September 20, 2011, 12:47:45 pm
Minimal outcome: When a prescribed amount of pressure within a defined range is sensed an LED will turn on.

Desired outcome: An array of LEDs will indicate how close to a prescribed ideal is being sensed. (i.e. cold, warmer, Perfect!, a little too much, way to much!)

Honestly- little compensation. Some money plus portfolio pictures of the solution being used in the field. 50% of royalties if project generates revenues.

Proximity to Calgary/Canmore is a bonus, but not required.

http://jobs.arduinoexperts.com/jobs/pressure-sensor-training-feedback-tool/

@ArduinoExperts
8  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Arduino Experts - Arduino Developer job board on: September 12, 2011, 05:18:33 pm
Bainesbunch, I didn't get your message .. can you please send it to robstar (a t) gmail . com ?
9  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Arduino Experts - Arduino Developer job board on: September 12, 2011, 12:34:55 am
Hi guys,

I checked the site and my mail server crashed.  I just got your emails now .. expect a reply shortly  smiley-lol

Rob
10  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Arduino Experts - Arduino Developer job board on: September 11, 2011, 01:33:01 pm
robtillaart, thanks for the suggestions .. I will add the various specialities into the system so that we can have better categorization ..
11  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Re: Arduino Experts - Arduino Developer job board on: September 11, 2011, 01:31:41 pm
Woah, I haven't checked here in a couple of days ... seems my site generated some discussion smiley

I'm currently working on my first real arduino project and saw an opportunity to have a central place for ardiuno developers.  I may need help locally on my project in Toronto and I'm sure many people will need arduino developers in the future as this platform gains wider acceptance.  I'm really excited about the partnership between Android and Arduino .. this should really help Arduino explode!

As for the name, I just wanted something catchy that explains what the site is about .. Arduino Experts!  This seemed no different to me than the other countless sites with open source/trademarked names like:

djangogigs.com - django developers job board
rubynow.com - ruby on rails developers job board
www.phpexpertsforum.com - PHP dev forum .. there's LOTS of php examples
www.javaspecialists.eu
etc, etc, etc..

Seems like no problem for these guys and they've been operating for years!!  If anything, I'm helping the Arduino eco system to flourish by spending my own time and money to build out 3rd party tools that enable their integrators and developers to interact!

I also clearly state at the bottom 'This website has no affiliation or connection with Arduino™' and don't use their logo or misrepresent them in any way.

And to the armchair lawyers in the crowd.. really? If everyone thought like this nothing cool would ever be made .. now let's get back to designing awesome stuff using Arduino!

Cheers,

Rob
12  Community / Gigs and Collaborations / Arduino Experts - Arduino Developer job board on: September 05, 2011, 02:50:10 pm
Hi guys,

I was recently looking for some local help with Arduino .. as well as interested in doing some freelance work in Toronto with the arduino .

I noticed that there's no real place online where I can find developers and post my services .. so I created a site for all of us!

Please check out ArduinoExperts.com ... A place for arduino developers to get freelance and full-time gigs.

http://ArduinoExperts.com

Tell your developer friends, we'll tell ours.
Together we'll have plenty of arduino geeks to code with!

Thanks!

Rob
@arduinoexperts
13  Community / Bar Sport / Re: Employment for Arduinoites on: September 05, 2011, 02:48:07 pm
I was recently looking for some local help with Arduino .. as well as interested in doing some freelance work in Toronto with the arduino .

I noticed that there's no real place online where I can find developers and post my services .. so I created a site for all of us!

Please check out ArduinoExperts.com ... A place for arduino developers to get freelance and full-time gigs.

http://ArduinoExperts.com

Tell your developer friends, we'll tell ours.
Together we'll have plenty of arduino geeks to code with!
14  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Interfacing / Re: Distance Temperature Sensing on: January 29, 2009, 03:57:18 pm
Upon more research it looks like this Dallas chip will do what I want .. and there's tons of info here!!

I'm just getting into hardware interfacing so I'm not sure which to order..   is the TO92 model the most popular?

15  Forum 2005-2010 (read only) / Interfacing / Re: Distance Temperature Sensing on: January 29, 2009, 03:10:46 pm
I'm searching around and see people have interfaced the Dallas DS18B20 with the arduino.

This looks perfect as long as I can pull it with parasite power (1 wire) up to 100 feet .. will this work?
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