The next TI E2E Guru in our series was the very first TI employee to hit E2E Guru status as well as reach 100,000+ points on E2E in Ki-Soo Lee, Applications Engineer, who is primarily active in the Code Composer Studio Forum. There is a good chance if you have ever posted a question in the Code Composer Studio Forum that Ki-Soo Lee has helped you out.
Describe your role at Texas Instruments and your history in working with the E2E community?
Not much has changed since what was reported here.
What forums on E2E are you most active in and any tips for community members in either asking questions in them or searching for answers?
Pretty much the CCS forums since I am the moderator (though I am handing off primary responsibility to Lisa Taubansee). We do have some guidelines when posting in the CCS forums. The problem is I don’t think most people read it or follow it. If you follow the guidelines, it makes our job to help you much easier!
For anyone new or starting out with areas your forums cover what resources or advice would you give them?
All covered here.
Any favorite E2E stories, threads or Blog posts?
A few years ago, the famous Jens-Michael Gross started a thread on forum guidelines in the MSP430 forum. It is brilliant and refreshing… and spoken in a straightforward manner that I’m sure a TI employee could not get away with!
Your advice for others trying to reach E2E Guru status?
Ask a lot of questions… or reply to a lot of them! :) Really, just be involved in the forums and don’t be shy. This especially goes for other (non-TI) engineers who may know the answer but let a TI’er handle it. Feel free to jump in!
Now that you have made it to the E2E Guru level if you were given the opportunity to gain one more level and rise up to another status, what would you pick?
Hmm… above Guru? How about “Legend”? And make it something like 250K or 500K point.
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