I have a project built using the Atmega 328 as the core of the unit.
I have put together a proof of concept board and a starter program to run the device.
This device has multiple I2C I/O devices connected that the 328 needs to communicate with.
I am a Mechanical engineer by trade and education so someone that could help me track and organize these electrons would be very helpful.
I am located up in the Duluth MN area and do not need you to be up here to work on the project but it is a plus.
Payment : I will leave this up to you to request your terms.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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I have been working on this issue. I would like to deal with your project.
Are you still looking for some help? I’m an electrical engineer with a lot of microcontroller and arduino experience looking for some contract work on the side. Please email me if you’re interested.