Firmware Engineer & Blogger
Hey I’m Trung Do but you can call me Jack!
I was born in ’93 and live in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam where I completed the Bachelor of Engineering in Control and Automation from Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (2011 – 2015).
I’m currently a research firmware engineer for wearables devices, a maker-holic, and a tech blogger.
“Makerholik.com is like a journey and a home for me.”
I created the project Makerholik in the middle of 2018 and I’ve been doing it all from concepts to build, graphic design, web design, web management, idea, and blog content.
This is by far one of the most interesting journeys in which I have to keep pushing myself forward through many obstacles. It’s also my home to store what I’ve learned and experienced, not only during my engineer career but also my DIY projects.
I hope you have a good time at my home and don’t hesitate to drop me a line if you wanna ask something.
Thank you very much.
Tips and tricks as well as
my personal experiences while working with 3D printer.
This is also a place to show all my DIY projects
related to 3D design and 3D modelling.
I consider myself as a traveler in the large embedded system world.
It definitely takes a lot of time and effort to understand and, moreover, discover something new.
However, little things make big things happen. Keep writing and researching is the best way for me to push myself forward.
Algorithm describes the exact steps needed
for the computer to solve a problem or reach a goal.
And our mission is finding out the most efficient way for that.