Hard Fault Life


My name is Evan Grove. I am a firmware engineer currently working in Chicago. This blog is in its infancy, but I intend to cover a wide variety of topics, mostly related to software.

Parody of the "GMO-Free" label, saying "Non-GPT Actual Human"

From time to time, I may write about one of my hobby projects. Of course, this blog is one of those projects, and you can read about it in my introduction to ┬Ástack. You might also be interested in Cheatle, the best Wordle cheat tool on the internet. For everything else, head over to my GitHub account, where you can find me tinkering with all sorts of stuff.

Recent Posts

  1. DIY Shutter Speed Tester

    I have trust issues with my cameras, so let's solve that.
  2. Fixing a Broken Minolta Film Advance Screw With Epoxy

    Sometimes, dumb mistakes demand dumb solutions.
  3. Too Many Things

    Lend me a hand - I'm juggling too much stuff.
  4. Lenovo M715q Tiny Tear-down

    Disassembling Lenovo's teeny-tiny desktop is a breeze.
  5. Cobbling Together A Competent Clapper

    A weird surplus-store find turned into a fun project.
  6. Samsung won't sell you a phone if you live in East Fairview, North Dakota (probably)

    Samsung's online shop is a cautionary tale in over-engineering.
  7. Fun with Mundane, Overpriced Hobby LED Lights

    These weird LED inserts are flawed, but nice. Too bad about the price.
  8. Reverse-Engineering a Scoreboard Display

    Dissecting and revitalizing one of my favorite surplus store discoveries.
  9. The Only Apple Product I've Ever Bought

    A glorious and practical device.
  10. I hate Audiophiles

    I love music, and I even like my nice stereo equipment, but.