Congratulations to the Winners of The Ultimate Arduino Challenge! The Ultimate Arduino Challenge is a global contest for professional engineers. Winners compete for the "ultimate" bragging rights and amazing prizes including a trip to Italy! Participants were given the chance to create the best product or project using Arduino hardware. Thank you to our sponsors and all the participants for making the first Ultimate Arduino Challenge such a success!See 2019 winners >
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A panel of notable figures from the electronics engineering world have been selected to judge the Ultimate Arduino Challenge.
Dario began his first hacking project at 12 years old with the C64. 4 years later he published a couple of video games for Amiga. Eventually he began to form a series of companies, mainly in the broadcast video industry after a few years of freelancing, and partnered with top Silicon vendors to provide R&D services. Dario has recently joined Arduino as a Hardware manager after developing the first Arduino FPGA board, with the hope to keep making complex stuff easy to use.
Luca started his career as a Linux System Administrator, working in multiple startups about sentiment analysis and web IDE, learned how to build massively scalable web architectures. A few years ago he embraced the DevOps culture changing the IT companies' workflow. In 2014 Luca joined Arduino and became the CIO with responsibility for the Arduino IoT Cloud Business - he now wants to change the IoT world.
As Technical Content Director, Raymond Yin is responsible for technical content at Mouser Electronics, which includes the Application and Technology sites, solution newsletters, technical articles, blogs, technical videos, and other content. Having been in the industry for more than 26 years, he has an extensive engineering background with knowledge on the newest products, technologies and trends. Yin holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University.
An avid Maker before it was a wide spread team, Bob Martin has been tearing apart things to see how they work for his entire life. With 30 years of embedded system experience he now serves as the "Wizard of Make" for Microchip in which he keeps the Maker sprit alive within Microchip, educates aspiring Makers and continues to create, experiment and explore.