Every once in a while we have the opportunity to learn a programming language. With each new language comes the challenges of learning new “vocabulary” as well as the various things that make each language unique. As with any new language, habits from our “native” language carry over. For example as someone who learned to […]
Jake has a degree in applied physics from Brigham Young University. During his time at BYU he was involved with computational research that led to the discovery of groundbreaking superalloys and had the opportunity to patent his work. His studies and research focused on scientific computing and materials science. Jake has a diverse background in programming languages including C, C++, Java, Bash, Matlab, Python and is quickly adding LabVIEW to the list. Jake joined Endigit in the fall of 2017 as our first intern and has since joined us full time as an Associate Systems Engineer. In his spare time Jake enjoys 3D printing and designing microcontroller based electronics to satisfy his need to tinker and create new things. Jake is an avid table tennis enthusiast.