Member of the lead development team for the most popular and capable open-source EDA tool, KiCad.
I am responsible for a number of key features, performance upgrades, and UX improvements in recent KiCad versions. I also do user research investigations to help determine development priorities, and assist new developers in ramping up to
contribute to the KiCad project. My goal is to see KiCad be a suitable choice for professional PCB designers in almost any situation, and at the same time keep a reasonable learning curve so that KiCad continues to be
an excellent choice for students, hobbyists, and junior engineers getting in to the field of electronics.