Ultimate Hacking Keyboard is an open-source, split USB keyboard designed for extreme productivity and ergonomics.
I’m László Monda, founder of the UHK, and you’ll be working with me. I’ve written about 90% of the UHK firmware, but I don’t have enough time for it anymore, so I’m looking for a developer to maintain the firmware in the long run.
We’re using GitHub extensively. The firmware is released under the General Public License v3, and your contributions will be publicly visible. You’re welcome to check out the UHK firmware repo at [url removed, login to view] to see the code and the open issues.
You’re expected to:
* have a good understanding of ARM programming in general and USB HID in particular
* be self-motivated and able to resolve issues on your own without extensive management
* write clean code and follow our coding standards
Experience with Freescale/NXP Kinetis MCUs and Kinetis Design Studio / MCUXpresso IDE would be highly appreciated.
Please contact me, and include your relevant experience, skills, and your hourly rate. I’d also like to see the source code you’ve written in the past.
Looking forward to work with you!