Yikai Chen is the TI Community Member of the Month
Congratulations to YiKai Chen for not only winning the TI Community Award once again as the reigning TI Community Member of the Month but also being the very first E2E Community member to reach 300,000+ points (spanning nearly 24,000 posts). This is a huge achievement and testament to their continued participation and collaboration with TI customers around the globe especially in the emerging IoT space. From the thousands upon thousands you've helped or inspired and on behalf of all the teams here at TI, thank you YiKai Chen for being a strong voice and leader in the TI Community and for all your efforts!
18 TI Community Award Winners for September 2016
Thanks to all of our Award Winners this month which span not only in the MSP Low-Power Microcontroller Forum but also across several Analog Forums with help and solution sharing from Clemens Ladisch and Michel Solecki, to Wireless Connectivity Forums on E2E from YiKai Chen, Robert Chen, kazola, Jan Dospel and more. We also recognize this month long-time Community members for their efforts in the TI Community including Norman Wong, Gautam Iyer, old_cow_yellow, kazola, Chester Gillon and Bruce McKenney47378. Many winners this month like Jan Cumps, Martin Valencia, YiKai Chen and Robert Chen also stay active providing tips and how-to's on their own personal Blogs or YouTube Channels. Martin Valencia will soon start teaching University classes in Peru on TI hardware and software. To date for 2016, we've recognized the efforts now of over 50+ TI Community members.
2016 TI Community Fan Voting is already underway!You can now vote throughout 2016 each day for your TI Community favorites! Vote here.
Catching up with previous TI Community Award Winners
Peter Oakes (The Breadboard) who recently was the winner of the TI Community Highlight Award for June, recently got a chance to tour the TI Toronto office and meet with the Code Composer Forum team (including checking out the latest version of CCS 6.2.0).
John Stevenson (TI CCS), Ki-Soo Lee (TI CCS) and Peter Oakes (The Breadboard).
John Stevenson (TI CCS), Peter Oakes (The Breadboard) Ki-Soo Lee (TI CCS).
YiKai Chen (E2E Profile)
Mr. IoT aka YiKai Chen (check out his Sun May Sky Blog) is the reigning TI Community Member of the Month and recently has reached even new heights on E2E in becoming the first person to ever reach over 300,000+ points (that's nearly 24,000 posts helping others). Of late YiKai Chen has been active in solution sharing, helping others and collaborating across 6 E2E Forums including: Mesh networks (ZigBee® and 6LoWPAN) Forum, MSP Low-Power Microcontroller Forum, Temperature Sensors Forum, Bluetooth® low energy Forum, Low Power RF Tools Forum and Sub-1 GHz - Proprietary and 15.4 Star networks Forum. In addition to his E2E activity don't miss his informative and helpful Blog - Sun May Sky Blog.
Clemens Ladisch (E2E Profile)
For September especially the TI Logic team wanted to be sure we recognized the participation and solution sharing (see here) that Clemens Ladisch has been doing in their Forum helping Community members from around the world. Congratulations again for being the Analog TI Community Member of the Month. In addition to the Logic Forum, Clemens Ladisch has also been a top contributor in the Consumer & Computing Forum and helped across the following E2E Forums: Voltage Translation / Level Shifters, I2C, Other Interface, Switches & Multiplexers, Precision Amplifiers, Automotive, and MSP Low-Power Microcontroller.
Gautam Iyer (E2E Profile)
With nearly 8,000 posts in the C2000 32-bit Microcontrollers Forum and near 2,500 posts in the Code Composer Forum, previous TI Community Member of the Year Gautam Iyer continues to be a top helper and solution sharer in these Forums in helping TI Community members and customers from around the world. Thanks for your continued participation and help Gautam Iyer!
Jan Dospel (E2E Profile)
The reigning Wireless TI Community Member of the Month in Jan Dospel we wish to thank for their continued solution sharing and participation in the E2E Wireless Connectivity Forums, especially in the SimpleLink™ WiFi CC31xx/CC32xx Forum.
Each day we have TI Community Members from around the world sharing their knowledge and collaborating with each other. For the Top Helper Award we focus on TI Community Members who have been driving forces and leaders in our technical Community.
Michel Solecki (E2E Profile)
Huge thanks to Michel Solecki who the TI-RTOS Forum (Read-Only Archived) team recently spiked out to me in wanting to recognize them for their tremendous help and solution sharing in their Forum. Not only are they are a top helper their but also recently they've been active also helping others in the Battery Management - Gas Gauge Forum, Mesh networks (ZigBee® and 6LoWPAN) Forum and Sub-1 GHz - Proprietary and 15.4 Star networks Forum.
Kazola (E2E Profile)
Thanks to longtime E2E Community top helper kazola for their recent help and solution sharing in the Bluetooth® low energy Forum.
old_cow_yellow (E2E Profile)
old_cow_yellow personifies being a top helper on E2E as the longest tenured Community helper in the TI Community. Even to this day they remain an active helper and solution sharer in the MSP Low-Power Microcontroller Forum.
Martin Valencia (E2E Profile)
Not only has Martin Valencia been active helping others on the Hercules™ Safety Microcontrollers Forum of late, but he also shared his effort making an AC Analyzer with MATLAB and a Hercules LaunchPad Hercules™ RM46x LaunchPad™ Development Kit (see here) including these videos below. Martin Valencia also will soon start teaching University classes on TI hardware and software:
Chester Gillon (E2E Profile)
Another Community member that has been around for some time on E2E, we thank top helper Chester Gillon for their contributions especially of late helping others in the Code Composer Forum.
Norman Wong (E2E Profile)
Yet another long-time E2E Community top helper in Norman Wong we wish to thank for their outstanding participation in solution sharing and helping others here. Of note of late, thanks for helping Community members around the world in the C67x Single Core DSP Forum and OMAP-L13x, AM1x and C674x Processors Forum.
Bruce McKenney47378 (E2E Profile)
Thanks over the years for helping others in the MSP Low-Power Microcontroller Forum Bruce McKenney47378! Your contributions and solution sharing their are very much appreciated.
Our recognized TI Community Rising Star Award represents new and rising leaders across the TI Community.
Hnz Drr (E2E Profile)
A continued Rising Star in the SimpleLink™ WiFi CC31xx/CC32xx Forum we thank Hnz for their continued help and solution sharing there!
Prakash Kumar Thulasi Kumar (E2E Profile)
In the C2000 32-bit Microcontrollers Forum we wish to thank Rising Star Prakash Kumar Thulasi Kumar for their timely help and solution sharing to Community members from around the world here on E2E!
Silver Diamond (E2E Profile)
Thanks to Rising Star Silver Diamond for their solution sharing and help in the MSP Low-Power Microcontroller Forum and TI C/C++ Compiler - Forum.
Robert Chen (E2E Profile)
Rising Star Robert Chen has been trailblazing helping others on E2E this year across several Forums, especially: Bluetooth® low energy Forum, MSP Low-Power Microcontroller Forum and Code Composer Forum.
In addition to E2E, Robert Chen also frequently provides insightful and in-depth solutions on his Blog. Recent examples below:
Joe Josn (E2E Profile)
Thanks to Rising Star Joe Josn for their continued participation and solution sharing in the Hercules™ Safety Microcontrollers Forum.
Wi-Fi Controlled Wheelchair from Bob Paradiso
Jan Cumps is the TI Community Highlight Award Winner for September 2016!
Congratulations to everyone! Thumbs up!
It's great to see this wall of champions!
And I'm very happy that my name this with them, thank you very much!!.
A great effort to bring recognition to Martin Valencia!
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