My name is Daniel Rose. I am an embedded systems engineering student, with a passion for Lisp, Rust, and Data Science. Experimenting with robotic and mechatronic systems is also an interest of mine. I work as an apprentice satellite engineer, which includes mechanical and electrical components. I design PCBs and mechanical parts in CAD programs such as KiCad, Eagle, SolidWorks, and Fusion 360; I program my systems in the C, Rust, and Python languages, and do various calculations related to the physics of our units.
I am a member of Mensa, the Free Software Foundation and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. All my projects are GNU GPL v3.0 licensed, and I believe in the freedom of knowledge, as well as self-hosting and decentralisation.
I pride myself in being as efficient and knowledgeable as is reasonable. This applies to all my work, whether it is programming, CAD design, or everyday life. I have strong communication skills, and utilise these to further my understanding of all topics.
I have a blog called regressions.xyz, where I discuss various mathematical concepts, computer knowledge, and Linux things (although finding time to write new articles can be challenging!).
You can find me at my GitHub at The Catster, and more information about me with my CV.