Hello my name is Jason Lopez, Im 29 and from Brooklyn NY (USA). I am what you would call a very bored person 😀 Not boring!!! bored. I have experience in a ton of fields including but not limited to :

Computer Tech

I work for various sites out there… mostly side jobs… build this , proto that etc… dont make much but its more about learning for me right now.

Trying to start a small business. Currently buying parts from over seas to get the best deals. Will be starting on eBay as a start then moving my way up to my own online store.
Contact me at:   AtomSoft@gmail.com

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  1. Hi bro,

    I’m 25 years old computer software professional. since 1 years ago i interested in electronics science. but there was no time to start my researches in this field. it’s about two weeks that i start learning electronics fundamentals like Current, Intensity, Resistance and etc. I want to reach to the point of digital design. i have some idea in my mind and i want to do them, but i don’t know where to begin. for example what do i need to gain the ability of designing some electronics circuit to act as a number display with AVR(for example). can you help me find the start point? i need some PDF book to start over the electronics.


  2. Hey, I couldn’t find your email anywhere so I thought this place would be appropriate 🙂 I just wanted to let you know that I used you’re LCD library for the Nokia 6100 LCD with my project.
    I’ve made a overview of it here, feel free to check it out 🙂

    I have credited you already in the video that I’m using your library


    1. I tried to post on youtube but its not working:

      Awesome dude!!! Great work did you make the board by hand? or did you get it made at a fab house?

      I’m not sure how your having issues with SD and LCD… just ensure the CS lines are separate and there shouldn’t be a issue.

      I hope you get it running 100% soon. Would love to see more. I actually am starting ARM soon. I ordered a nice 1.8″ LCD for $9 off eBay.

      Ill be sure to post a video with it on a PIC and ARM 😀
      Can you give me some pointers on the SD stuff?

      Dude update your site 😀

      1. I’ve read around and apparently when the microSD isn’t initiated into SPI mode, it reacts to the clock signals and the data lines are interfering with the LCD while the PIC tries to initialise that…
        I got the board made by BatchPCB (same guys as Sparkfun) ordered one but got 6 which it really sweet! However I’ve soldered all components by hand, I had to use a $10 pencil butane gas torch to solder the PIC using solder paste, worked like a charm however i think there is a short under it because the voltage regulator draws too much current.

        This is my first board and there are many problems with it but I’m planning on doing a second revision over the Xmas break which will be fun 😛

        I keep forgetting about my site, just busy with this watch and school ^-^


      2. Nice fast reply!!! I knew it was BatchPCB i want to test there service. Got any tips for me on that. ? SPI on SD is something i need to code. Maybe tonite…

      3. Not yet, I have yet to start programming it, I’m having some issues with SPI at the moment, but once that’s sorted I’ll be able to start using it. Sorry

  3. HI, actually i’m not good at English, i don’t how to say, but i found that you are trying to start your business, the only thing i can say is, good luck for you, i beleave that you can build your own business!!

  4. Jason, I downloaded some of your code to use in a school project, I just wanted your permission to use it and didn’t know how else to contact you, please egt back to me

  5. Found error in your “AtomSoftTech – C18 Tips & Tricks”:
    #pragma interrupt low_ISR
    should be:
    #pragma interruptlow low_ISR

    Please contact me by e-mail, i see your post about the interrupt of the dspic30f3011 and i wanna comment with you, because i have the same problem.


  7. Hey,
    Did you drop the AtomEVE board? I’m about to try it on the Raspberry Pi model B over I2C, in order to keep the wire count down. The Pi uses 3.3V i/o voltages so it’s a natural. I did one mod to the AtomEVE (MODE pin pulled high instead of pulled down). Not covered by warranty, I guess (lol). On the software side, I’ll write the FT800 driver, using bcm_2835_io userspace GPIO/I2C library. Been there, done that in the past for an AVR32 (now Microchip!) processor. Cheers|

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