Between 2011 and now, I spent a lot of time with my favourite startups and companies in northern Germany, building amazing products, pushing the limits of IoT, wearables and 3D printing. In all those years, I’ve always been a huge fan and reader of the hackaday.com blog and the community around it. Hackaday never settled, growing its own virtual workshop, hackaday.io, to gigant crucible in which now the primeval soup for hardware, innovation and makering is cooked. I felt very honored to hear from Mike Szczyz, that they’re considering me as a new member in the contributors column of Hackaday. To make things short: Hello Hackaday, I’m in! See you on the other site!