We are featuring one of the Silicon Labs Community members who is active or new in the community on a monthly basis to help members connect to each other.
Meet our November member of the month: Dmitriy1
Q: Congrats on becoming our featured member of the month! Can you introduce yourself to our community members?
My name is Dmitriy Tokarev and I work for Belarusian division of Softeq Development as a Firmware Engineer. I like working in that company as it can design the complete solution: hardware + firmware + mobile and web apps. I moved to Belarus only half a year ago. I was born in Kazakhstan, but since I graduated from high school I had been living in Russian city Chelyabinsk for 18 years. Maybe someone heard about it, as in 2013 the meteor exploded over that city and broke windows in many buildings of the city. After some time, meteor also blew up the Twitter. Here are some tweets from the Russian Internet:
“Chelyabinsk, all of Russia is waiting for zombie apocalypse or an alien invasion. Please, don’t let us down!”
“People say that they had seen a naked man who requires clothes and a motorcycle.”
“In the skies over Chelyabinsk the World Championship on Angry Birds is started.”
“Bruce Willis has already arrived in Chelyabinsk for negotiations with aliens.”
“Weather forecast in Chelyabinsk - meteorites and other precipitation.”
I have a master’s degree in the radio electronics, but I also interested in technologies such as Docker, Ansible and ConTeXt (like LaTeX, but better).
Q: How did you know about the Silicon Labs Community?
When I encountered an issue I decided to ask help from Silicon Labs. I went to your website and found a link to the community.
Q: What pages do you usually visit in the community, and why?
Currently, I’m visiting forums about 32-bit MCU and Wireless to find help with EZR32. We choose that MCU for one of our projects.
Q: What features would you like to see added to the community?
A: I have no suggestions at the moment, everything is convenient for me.
Q: What advice would you give to someone new to the community like you?
If you encountered some issue and solved it, please, find a few minutes to tell about that to community. Next time someone else will do the same and help you with another issue.
Q: Thanks for answering the questions. Any final comment?
I wish Silicon Labs to keep creating new solutions that we can use in our devices to make people’s life easier. Also, I want to thank you for Simplicity Studio that contains everything for comfortable work.
Have you ever tried to install simplicity studio on a docker image ? and made it work across mac, windows or linux ?