Signal 11 Software
Proprietor and Software Developer
Orlando, FL; United States of America.
Alan first started programming when he was four years old on his dad's Commodore 64 and began using Linux in the mid-90s while in high school. He currently works for his own company, Signal 11 Software, where he creates and debugs embedded systems for a wide range of industries. Alan is the creator and maintainer of M-Stack, a free and open source USB device stack for PIC Microcontrollers, and is also the creator and maintainer of HIDAPI, a cross-platform library for communication with USB and Bluetooth HID devices. He also works on low power 802.15.4 wireless and is a contributor to the Linux kernel. Alan has presented at Microchip MASTERs, Embedded Linux Conference Europe, and as an instructor for the Linux Foundation.
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