About me

My name is Kentaro Tanaka. I came to the Bay Area from Japan to be a prototype engineer since 2014. I am currently a student and studying electric engineering at a University. In addition, I have been selected 42 (Free Tuition Programming School) after the programming bootcamp in August in 2017. As my personal projects, I have developed the bone conduction device by designing schematics and own PCBs which were soldered some SMD chips by hand, and it has been awarded the Maker Faire Editor’s Choice Award in Maker Faire Bay Area 2018. I decided to make this website because I wanted to share my knowledge and what I learned in Silicon Valley.