I've always had a great interest in cars, and I'm a graduate car mechanic, although I have never worked professionally as one.
I didn't work as a car mechanic because I didn't enjoy replacing car parts. I wanted to build cars. But that dream seemed too far-fetched. So I started studying engineering at university and graduated with BSc. in Mechatronics Engineering.
Since graduating, I've worked as a software engineer building various services and applications.
Still, the idea of building a car has always intrigued me, and having done a few robot cars in school projects and privately, I want to expand on it.
Engineer-A-Car aims to share my experiments, and what I'm learning about building cars in the hope it helps others with their projects.
Let's build together
When you're just starting, it can be overwhelming.
There's a ton of lingo, and figuring out which components are the right for your project and how to connect them can feel daunting.
I created Engineer-A-Car to make everything I'm learning accessible, regardless of people's experiences and skill levels.
Building cars is a lot of fun; we can work out how to make our own cars together.
Here are the details to connect with me.