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I live in Georgia and do a decent amount of programming, Java and the Arduino C like language.
I like to reverse engineer things, spent time trying to get into my car's computer. Hacking things is fun.
Would you be say interested in working on BMS software? TI makes a pretty nice battery controller IC that talks over I2c. I should be able to make the PCB and hardware but the programming and GUI part is where I am not as strong. Wouldnt be as versitle as say the longmons but I do not need that much anyway.
I am programming php, vb
I am programming html css Smile
Im trying to learn the skills of a full stack web dev, (php, mysql, js, html & css) as a hobby, possible part time job Smile
Currently it is mostly my js skills that is lacking :p

i also want to learn to couple these skills with some real world interaction. like arduino outputs to a database and monitor it on the webs.
I am programming html css too :p
(05-11-2017, 04:43 PM)Samistine Wrote: [ -> ]I live in Georgia and do a decent amount of programming, Java and the Arduino C like language.
I like to reverse engineer things, spent time trying to get into my car's computer. Hacking things is fun.

Hello,

Do you have skills to make a overall software to monitoring:

Pip-4048
SolarEdge
MasterVolts Soladin 600 & Windmaster (same as Soladin)
Electric meter
Solartracker from solar-motors.com
Sunlight power

For raspberry pi

I'm not that good to combine this or eventually get some stuff work on any computer. 
In normal day use I use apple stuff and Linux freaks my brain out!!! In the past I tried to get readout the Soladin butt can't work. My skills are sucks. 

Maybe there are more forum members that will this kind of overall info and like to contribute so you get paid.
Any of you interested in helping me with a couple projects.. one is a code for a software based BMS, I can o the analog part and Im learning to code, but if you already have the skills, maybe we can collaborate. I may end up using a dedicated BQ IC but I haven't decided exactly what route to take the BMS....another project is a more affordable cell tester that we may be able to build for less then $6-8 and sell for $20...email me if your interested.
(08-07-2017, 07:10 PM)Inverted 18650 Wrote: [ -> ]Any of you interested in helping me with a couple projects.. one is a code for a software based BMS, I can o the analog part and Im learning to code, but if you already have the skills, maybe we can collaborate. I may end up using a dedicated BQ IC but I haven't decided exactly what route to take the BMS....another project is a more affordable cell tester that we may be able to build for less then $6-8 and sell for $20...email me if your interested.

I'm looking for monitoring this in one app
Yep PHP programmer in my spare time here too.
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