Hi. I’m Nash Reilly. I’m an electrical engineer in Boston, MA.
I’ve spent most of my career building consumer electronics. My focus has largely been on designing high speed embedded systems, but I’ve got a reasonable amount of experience in:
I’m also really interested in a few engineering-adjacent-but-less-tech-centric topics, like:
- product management and customer development,
- professional development for hardware engineers, and
- how people organize and work.
This blog is an attempt to turn some of that experience and interest into serviceable information for people who are not my coworkers.
I love to run, read books, drink beer, and play bluegrass music.
As of September 2021, I’m now working as an independent consultant. If you need help on an electronics project, I am available for hire. I specialize in high speed digital and embedded systems, mixed signal design, and bare metal firmware development. I particularly enjoy projects with a real time signal processing component.
Need help with an electronics project? Hire me!
I’d love to hear from you in any capacity - technology wise, career wise, or just to shoot the breeze. You can use the “Contact” link on this page, or you can shoot me an email directly at email@example.com.
I love seeing what kind of electronics people are building. As such, I’d be happy to review any electronic schematic that you’re willing and able to send me. I won’t help you with your homework, or to make a deadline, but I’d like to see what you’re building, and offer constructive feedback if I can.
PDFs are most appreciated, so I don’t need to futz with the particulars of a CAD package.
I’m hosting this Jekyll blog on Github Pages, and using the Voyager theme.