Hi! This is the personal site of Matt Evans. By day, I design pieces of computer for a well-known IP company in Cambridge, UK. This site is all the other stuff (when real life permits): projects and hacks, talks, a bit of electronics, a bit of code and maybe a bit of metalwork and design.
These are my opinions and don’t represent those of any others. Specifically, they are not those of a well-known IP company.
Some talks I’ve given:
|linux.conf.au, January 2012: “Hack Everything: Re-purposing everyday devices”.||Slides PDF, Video on Youtube||A talk on the creative recycling and re-use of electronic junk.|
|linux.conf.au, January 2012: “Bloat: How and Why UNIX Grew Up (and Out)”.||Files on Github, Video on Youtube||Comparing V6 UNIX of the 1970s with modern systems.|
|Make, Hack, Void, May 2011: “FPGAs for bits & giggles”.||Slides PDF, Files TAR||A beginner’s guide to FPGAs.|
Elsewhere on the net
See my poorly-maintained Youtube channel: photonfactoryuk
Find me on Github: https://github.com/evansm7