12/16/2013— Jon McKay
Today, we’re happy to welcome Kevin to his first day of work at Technical Machine!
We originally met Kevin when he joined Olin College back in 2010 and were blown away by his talent and knowledge of both hardware and software. Since then he’s only honed his skills and already caught a few bugs in our firmware during his on-boarding process.
Kevin already has experience starting a company focused on making great developer tools. He co-founded Nonolith Labs which makes an awesome little analog electronics multitool called the CEE.
He will be working on improving our USB communications, helping Tim make the runtime faster and more robust, and give us the velocity to (hopefully) ship on time.
I’m really excited to have Kevin on the team and can’t wait to see the magic he works on Tessel.