E2E Community Members of the Month - October 2013

The TI E2E Community is filled with over 100,000+ community members from around the world who daily share their expertise and insight across its forums. Our new monthly recognition program, highlights key E2E Community Members that have helped in any number of facets in bringing new solutions, innovation, time saving tips, help, answers and collaboration throughout the TI E2E Community!

Be sure to leave a note of thanks to our October group of E2E Community Members of the Month. You can also leave in the comments, any E2E Community Member you would like to nominate for future consideration.

All recognized Community Members of the Month will receive exclusive items which can include eStore coupons, Launchpads, E2E or TI collectibles and more.

Note: The Analog Community Contributor of the Month will be announced soon in the coming days.

In a first, for October 2013, we have two Community Members of the Month in Jens-Michael Gross and Gautam Iyer. Both combined contributed close to 700+ posts helping out others across E2E this past month! For Jens-Michael, he continues to be a huge force of help on the MSP430 Forum (example 1 and example 2). Learn more about Jens-Michael Gross here.

As Co-Community Member of the Month, Gautam Iyer, helped thousands of E2E Community members across hundreds of posts in the C2000 and Code Composer Studio Forum this previous month (example 1 and example 2)! Learn more about Gautam Iyer here.

Over in the Keystone Multicore Forum, BrandyJ has been great at helping others the past few months (example 1 and example 2). While also coming here to ask questions, we certainly appreciate BrandyJ also taking time out to help share information and give help in our growing Keystone Community! Learn more about BrandyJ here.

In the Wireless Connectivity Forums, YiKai Chen continues to be the overall top contributor with hundreds of helpful posts each month that help out thousands (example 1 and example 2). Learn more about YiKai Chen here.

As a Design Network Member, Renjith Thomas continues to be a huge help across multiple DSP Forums (example 1 and example 2).