We run Pocobor because we want firmware to be accessible to everyone. To do that we decided to focus on two things:
1) Make firmware development affordable. Too many good embedded systems ideas die because people are told it's too expensive to develop and the market isn't big enough to justify the cost. Not every idea is a billion dollar idea or should be. We want to support all those other ideas out there that will never get VC funding, but are still great products and businesses.
2) Make remote firmware development possible. The general consensus with embedded systems is that unless the hardware is sitting on your desk you can't develop and test production firmware. We decided to change that and make it possible for our developers, who are located around the globe, to develop world class firmware for anyone.
Oh by the way, to make that possible, we've also launched a development and testing platform called Lager.
We both love connecting and talking shop with fellow engineers so please give us a shout and let's chat!