Hi, my name is Andy Reitano.
I'm a Microsoft Technical Evangelist and Electrical Engineer from New York City.
I specialize in FPGAs, embedded programming and PCB design. My work involves exploring the architecture of classic computers, IoT devices for process control, and real time multi-user applications.
I dig computer architecture, specifically the C64/NES (6502) and the Sega Genesis (68K/Z80). Most of my personal electronics involve a classic computer in some way. I've had fun leveraging the power of modern microprocessors to create "what if" peripherals for these machines that would have been too costly to produce at the time.
I perform live visuals under the name Batsly Adams using up to 3 Sega Genesis consoles. All effects are written in a combination of 68K assembly and an evolving GCC environment that I've been working on for over a year.
Would you like to contact me?
I'm happy to meet new collaborators and answer any questions about my projects.