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    Welcome to AnotherCircuit. Kick off your shoes, turn the ac down that one extra notch, fix a cup of tea, and enjoy some science!
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  • My Goal

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    I made this site with several intentions. I wished to start a personal blog/website that involved science and technology, that could also be used as a online resume.
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  • A Little More About Me

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    I am a recent engineering graduate from the University of South Caroline(the real USC lol) with a love for cool stuff. I have a passion for helping people, and also enjoy long walks on the beach.
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My name is Trey Daniels. I am a recent graduate from the University of South Carolina in Electrical Engineering.

I like to think of myself as gifted in many areas. My family once owned(and I had the pleasure of working at) an engine repair shop that worked on combines, tractors, and lawnmowers which made heavy machinery an every day thing for me. Here I learned to repair heavy equiptment as well as fabricate parts.

Later on I then began to get into software such as linux and unix. By the time I had graduated highschool I had began programming in C and found myself navigating my computer more in a black and green screen rather than a nice pretty gui. As nerdy as it was, I learned so much from it. Around that time in life I also designed and constructed a blast furnace out of popcorn tins, a hair dryer, a post off of a trampoline, quickcreet and kitty litter but that is another story.

When I first started college I worked part time for a local computer repair company which gave me great experience in the business world. I dealed and wheeled face to face with customers in the store and at their homes while at the same time fighting to keep a tech save mind sharp. It was a job full of fun times and gave a bunch of fun stories to tell.

When I moved to the state capital to finish my degree I found a whole new realm of tinkering: an engineering department. I instantly got involved with the undergraduate research at the school and enjoyed almost every second of it. Oh what a glorious time that was having the ability to tinker with everything form lathes and milling machines to LabView and DAQs to high vacuum furnaces, and of course any sort of electrical component imaginable.

Throughout college I got involved with groups such as IEEE and RUF, the first of which I became the president of my Junior year(probably the most hectic year of my life). Both of these had a large impact on my life, and I would not be where I am today without them.

I also managed to scrounge up some pretty neato projects while in school(which I hope to post) including a nuclear fusion reactor made entirely from scavenged parts, a Frankensteined Beowulf cluster, as well as some other chemistry projects.

Anyhow I will be quite now. Please look around and email or comment if you have questions!!!

 

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My name is Trey Daniels. I am a recent graduate from the University of South Carolina in Electrical Engineering.

I like to think of myself as gifted in many areas. My family once owned(and I had the pleasure of working at) an engine repair shop that worked on combines, tractors, and lawnmowers which made heavy machinery an every day thing for me. Here I learned to repair heavy equiptment as well as fabricate parts.

Later on I then began to get into software such as linux and unix. By the time I had graduated highschool I had began programming in C and found myself navigating my computer more in a black and green screen rather than a nice pretty gui. As nerdy as it was, I learned so much from it. Around that time in life I also designed and constructed a blast furnace out of popcorn tins, a hair dryer, a post off of a trampoline, quickcreet and kitty litter but that is another story.

When I first started college I worked part time for a local computer repair company which gave me great experience in the business world. I dealed and wheeled face to face with customers in the store and at their homes while at the same time fighting to keep a tech save mind sharp. It was a job full of fun times and gave a bunch of fun stories to tell.

When I moved to the state capital to finish my degree I found a whole new realm of tinkering: an engineering department. I instantly got involved with the undergraduate research at the school and enjoyed almost every second of it. Oh what a glorious time that was having the ability to tinker with everything form lathes and milling machines to LabView and DAQs to high vacuum furnaces, and of course any sort of electrical component imaginable.

Throughout college I got involved with groups such as IEEE and RUF, the first of which I became the president of my Junior year(probably the most hectic year of my life). Both of these had a large impact on my life, and I would not be where I am today without them.

I also managed to scrounge up some pretty neato projects while in school(which I hope to post) including a nuclear fusion reactor made entirely from scavenged parts, a Frankensteined Beowulf cluster, as well as some other chemistry projects.

Anyhow I will be quite now. Please look around and email or comment if you have questions!!!

 

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