Hi! My name is Nuno Santos and I’m an Electrotecnics and Computers Engineer. I live in Lisbon, Portugal and I work as a full stack developer in my daily job.
I created this blog to share what I’ve learned through my course, my professional life and my free time working with electronics, programming or learning about technology. I also have a YouTube Channel where I post some video tutorials.
I do my best to provide useful and correct information, but please let me know if you find any mistake or imprecision in the articles. Also, every feedback is appreciated in order to keep improving the quality of the content. Nonetheless, I assume no responsibility for the usage of the content shared on this blog.
Although I have some forms of monetization in this blog, I do not live from blogging and I write only on my free time, as a hobby.
For code doubts, please leave a comment in the blog. Due to time constraints, I cannot look into extensive pieces of code or write code on demand, but I’ll try my best to answer questions and give suggestions. Furthermore, the answers to these questions may be useful for other readers, so it is better to keep them public.
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This blog is dedicated to my best friend Pedro Marques, who taught me so much during my life. Rest in peace my brother.
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Thank bro, great structured content. Very useful. I think it’s could be compiled to ESP32 handbook
Wish you endless inspiration!