Since I brought the blog back, at every robotics related event I've attended people have been chatting with me about it. In particular, it seems like the community is more open to asking questions about the Robowranglers and how we do things.
I had the chance to chat with many, many people in person, and many MANY more over email.
Hit Me Up: email@example.com
If you have questions about the blog, about how 148 operates, or just anything in general - let me know.
Punctuality of Responses
Some days are busier than others. Some months are busier than others... (And frankly, sometimes I'm feeling more selfish than other times.)
I promise I respond to ALL emails, but sometimes it takes a little longer than I like...
VEX Robotics Support
It's been a little while since I've worked for VEX Robotics, and I'm not the best source of VEX news and information. (In fact, I'm almost the worst possible source of information. If you call Andy Baker himself you'll probably get better answers about VEX products.)
If you want to ask questions about VEX you should hit up the contact page and reach out to their folks directly.
If you need information on VEXpro products, definitely go directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Even when I was still working for VEX, I was the wrong person to talk to about those type of questions. It's been a while since I've been "in the details" on those products and you can get a better answer from THE experts.
Team YETI!... YETI Robotics Team 3506....are you out there?!?
I was partway through a lovely conversation / interview with some of your team-members when I had to run off for a practice match. I felt like a jerk cutting the conversation short, but Katie and Coleman were giving me the big eye-rolls and started moving with the robot towards the field. (Duty calls!)
A young lady from your team had a prepared list of questions she was asking me. If anyone from your team is reading this - have her shoot me an email and I'm happy to do my best to answer the rest of of the list.