We've got some great VIP judges for this contest
[Alvaro Prieto] is a Firmware/Electrical engineer who works on electronics for work and for fun. Previously worked at TI, Apple, and Planet. You’ve seen him hacking micro quadcopters, and as a presenter at the 2015 Hackaday Supercon,
[Matt Richardson] is a Product Evangelist for the Raspberry Pi Foundation and the co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi. We’ve seen [Matt] building heads up displays for bicycles, and removing celebrity gossup from our TV’s.
[Ken Shirriff] writes a popular blog (righto.com) on reverse engineering everything from chargers to microprocessors. Ken was formerly a programmer at Google and has a PhD in computer science from UC Berkeley. We’ve covered his microprocessor work as well as his teardowns of knockoff laptop chargers. In addition to being a most excellent Judge for the Elightened Rasberry Pi contest, you can hear [Ken] speak about his work reverse-engineering silicon in his talk at the 2016 Hackaday Superconference.