Michal Schulz is creating embedded software, desktop software, electronic designs
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Hello there!

I am a mixture of physicist, chemist, software developer, and hobbyist electronic designer. For very long time I was involved in creation of AROS - the AROS Research Operating System aiming at software compatibility with eighties famous AmigaOS, whereas improving it in many places. In the AROS team I was responsible for low level part of the system, writing drivers, USB stack, porting system to new architectures and platforms, like PowerPC (Efika, Sam440ep), ARM (RaspberryPi) x86 (native port, working on bare metal) or x86_64. Yes, AROS is the first Amiga-like operating system working in true 64 bit mode. 

Apart from that I'm involved in some quite fancy projects combining physics and electronics. I design electronic devices to control physical processes, I do a lot of low-level programming for Atmel and ARM cpus. I'm using C, C++, C#, Swift, Python or Assembler, depending on te actual needs. Application for Windows in C# or for Linux in Qt? Maybe something for Mac? Why not! I'm not a system or programming language fanatic, I just grew up and pick a tool which suits best my needs :)

Would you like me to go back to AROS and do anything particular there? Let's talk about that...
Hello there!

I am a mixture of physicist, chemist, software developer, and hobbyist electronic designer. For very long time I was involved in creation of AROS - the AROS Research Operating System aiming at software compatibility with eighties famous AmigaOS, whereas improving it in many places. In the AROS team I was responsible for low level part of the system, writing drivers, USB stack, porting system to new architectures and platforms, like PowerPC (Efika, Sam440ep), ARM (RaspberryPi) x86 (native port, working on bare metal) or x86_64. Yes, AROS is the first Amiga-like operating system working in true 64 bit mode. 

Apart from that I'm involved in some quite fancy projects combining physics and electronics. I design electronic devices to control physical processes, I do a lot of low-level programming for Atmel and ARM cpus. I'm using C, C++, C#, Swift, Python or Assembler, depending on te actual needs. Application for Windows in C# or for Linux in Qt? Maybe something for Mac? Why not! I'm not a system or programming language fanatic, I just grew up and pick a tool which suits best my needs :)

Would you like me to go back to AROS and do anything particular there? Let's talk about that...

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