We’re Celebrating our Adafruit Team this #LaborDay – Noel with IT
Noel shares some of his many titles and experiences:
Hi everyone, I am Noel of House Adafruit, First of His Name, King of Software and Computers, Technician of IT, Breaker of Blue Screens and Father of Windows.
The last two years working here at Adafruit have far surpassed any expectation I had coming in. Over my time here I’ve learned so much about the company and developed my own personal skills. All the projects that I have been a part of have been a great learning experience for myself and it makes me want to bring so many more ideas to the table. I look forward to what else Adafruit can accomplish and has to offer.
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