Hi. I'm Joshua Wise, and this is my web site. I'm an engineer of varying sorts, but primarily I've been into chip stuff lately. Also exciting to me sometimes is programming language theory, as well as the concept behind various physical engineering challenges. Periodically I build cool things; probably the most exciting thing that I've designed to date was VirtexSquared, a system-on-chip on a Virtex-5. (For more on my work, see the Projects section of my site.) In 2011, I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering; originally, I'm from Wayland, Massachusetts. As of July 2011, I work as an ASIC architect at NVIDIA Corporation, and live in Mountain View, CA. And, since October 2015, I hold an RYT 200 accreditation from the Bindu Yoga Teacher Training program, and you can find me occasionally teaching at Planet Granite in Sunnyvale.
This site tends towards the static side of things, but for some of the other things that I think about and do more spontaneously, you might want to check out my weblog. Particularly interesting posts include a failure analysis of a near-dataloss event; the fact that 101domain.com are either incompetent idiots, or scammers; and an in-progress photo travelogue from a trip to Israel.
Not much changes around here, but when something does, I try to list it on this home page. Here are the things that have changed over time:
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Anyway, if you're looking for anything else, don't hesitate to e-mail me! Thanks for stopping by.