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A couple of months ago, we introduced you to the Gurus here on E2E, those users who spend their days (and nights) answering questions on the forums and establishing themselves as the top minds in the engineering world. As of yesterday, that illustrious group has a new member. All of us on the TI Community team would like to recognize and congratulate Andy Neil for becoming a Guru!
Andy is a freelance embedded developer/consultant who provides services through his company, Antronics, Ltd. According to his profile, Antronics Ltd.'s "key competence is interfacing, control, and communication with embedded microcontrollers. We may also be able to assist with relatively 'low-level' PC software - especially involving serial communications - such as is often required during the development & testing of embedded devices."
Andy spends much of his time in the Stellaris forums, answering a large number of questions most days. You could call him tireless,
When we posted about the Gurus in May, we also noted some of the top users at the Mastermind level who were next in line to reach Guru status. Andy was one of those Masterminds and had this to say: "It's always nice to have some sort of recognition! I've been using internet forums for years - long before the points system started - so it's really not a matter of looking for points or status. As a freelance/consultant developer, I see contributing to forums as an investment.
1. Hopefully, when I need some help from the forum, I'll get some return on that investment.
Andy, we guarantee you'll get help with your questions, should you need it. As for advertising, I think you're establishing quite the name for yourself.
Congratulations again to Andy Neil for reaching Guru status. To commemorate the achievement, take a look at the post that put him over 10,000 points and got him to the Guru level.
Congratulations Andy! Your efforts here are very appreciated!
Really impressive, Andy. Congratulations on the leap up from "Mastermind!"
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