About Me

Greetings programs! My name is Joe, aka mozzwald. I am a proud nerd who loves to tinker with electronics and build things.

Ever since I was a kid, I have been fascinated with understanding how things work and taking them apart to see what makes them tick. I have always been interested in the field of DIY electronics and how we can use it to create useful and innovative projects.

I have experience working with microcontrollers such as Arduino and ESP32, and enjoy using them to build a variety of projects from simple LED blinkers to more complex projects like IoT devices and custom automation systems.

These past few years I’ve gone back to my roots collecting and repairing classic computers such as Atari 8-Bit, Commodore 64, and Apple II. I enjoy recreating the nostalgia of those classic machines and sharing it with others. I love to experiment and find new ways to use these retro computers and integrate them with modern technology. I find myself constantly drawn back to these early machines, they remind me of the days when things were simpler and the focus was on the joy of creating and discovering.

I also enjoy sharing my knowledge and experience with others through my blog where I document my projects and provide tutorials on how to build similar projects.

In my free time, I like to continue experimenting with new technologies and pushing the limits of what is possible with DIY electronics. I am always on the lookout for new and exciting projects to work on, and I am always open to collaboration and new ideas.

Thank you for visiting my page, I hope you will enjoy following my journey as a DIY electronics enthusiast and retro computer enthusiast.