My name is Eduardo Pecina, Jr. in the real world and Mitomon in the virtual ones. Ever since I discovered my passion for electronics when I was 10, I strive to improve my knowledge in its various industries by creating open-source hardware and software projects while documenting them for others to learn from. Electronics isn't my only hobby though; I've also documented my experiences with various languages, game development, and even some music composition.

Hardware Projects

and Tutorials

Electronics has been my main hobby since I was 10, but started making serious projects in 2016. I've had a fair amount of experience with all sorts of projects ranging from solar panels to self-driving robots. Some projects I decided to make open source and have showcased on Instructables and Hackster. A few have even been featured on these sites.

Check out my hardware portfolio, here.

 Software and Game Development

Ever since I was a 13 year old learning to make calculator games in TI-BASIC, I have had a fascination with programming. I have worked on open-source software, published a couple of games, and even made an award-winning app. My software is available on GitHub and Hackster. Games and apps are on Google Play.

Check out my software portfolio, here.


Writing and Languages

Learning languages is a fun hobby for me. Being a multilingual developer has put me in the unique position of being able to translate software-related texts with improved accuracy compared to non-dev translators. I also have four years of experience as a volunteer interpreter and ESL teacher at the local adult learning center.

Check out my writing and translating portfolio, here.