About me

Who is Özgür Ayık?

I was born in Gaziantep in 1998. After completing my secondary education, I started my high school education in the field of Biomedical Device Technologies at Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School. (the place everything had started🙂 ). The next step in my education adventure was Gaziantep University Mechanical Engineering. Later, with my passion for electronics, which I discovered during my high school years, I enrolled in the Department of Electrical-Electronics Engineering at Gaziantep University, but I do not continue. Later, I started Msc on Robotics at the Warsaw University of Technology. Topics that I am actively working on;

-Embedded software

-Real-time operationg systems

-ARM-based microcontroller programming (C and Assembly)

-Linux scripting (sh and bash for now)

-Basic level control applications (PID)

Why This Blog?

Ever since I started university, I always wanted to start a blog, but my inexperience in this subject and my concerns about producing content always prevented me from taking the first step.

One of the most important things I learned from my dear friends and esteemed professors in the student teams I was in after my years at the university was that the most productive times of the learning process were when I was teaching or learning with someone else.

I believe that every content I will share on this blog will add something to me.

Finally, since the content that I will share on this blog will consist of what I know as well as what I want to learn, I recommend that more valid and complete research be done on each subject, despite the possible incorrect or incomplete information. In this blog, it is my first priority to tell you about my learning process by adding my comments.

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