After deciding to craft my own Edison-style light fixtures for our wedding reception I realized that the occasion was, in addition to celebrating our life-long commitment to each other, an opportunity for us to showcase our creativity. For me this meant soldering, stripping, crimping, twisting, programming, and no small amount of brow-furrowing.


Posted by: Phil Tucker | Friday June 14th, 2013 2:43 PM

Bio: A Toronto based software developer, writer, musician, motorcyclist and hardware hacker, Phil Tucker is constantly putting technology to work in new and ingenious ways. He’s also a contributing writer for the prominent Canadian tech blog, Sync.If Phil’s not programming, playing music, modifying a new gadget or sailing the Great Lakes then there’s really no telling what he’s up to. You can follow Phil on Twitter @unmaintained.

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