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Hytham Alihassan is a Firmware Developer at Atlas Wearables who is responsible for developing the code that keeps all the parts inside the Atlas module talking and working together. After getting a degree in Computer Engineering and Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he went to work for Emerson Electric designing hardware. Soon, though, he was drawn into the world of firmware as a way of troubleshooting hardware designs and never looked back. This has taken him all the way to the Philippines and back, working on everything from cell phone towers to headphones. When he isn't writing firmware, you can usually find Hytham out biking or drinking craft beer.
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As a 200-hour Certified Yoga Instructor, I have long preached the importance of breath, but proper breathing techniques are not just for yoga enthusiasts. Breath is a crucial component to a successful weight lifting routine.
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The best smoothie add-ins provide your body with the nutrients it needs to build and maintain a fit, healthy body on a budget. We’ve compiled a short list of some of our favorite healthy add-ins to make the Atlas community even stronger!
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Happy Holidays Atlas community! We hope that you all are having a fantastic winter - or summer, for some of our excellent customers on the other side of the world. Here in Austin, the foliage has turned from brown-green to brown-grey (really beautiful stuff) which means that the Texas winter is upon us! 
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Thom Lake is the lead data scientist at Atlas Wearables. As the spearhead of our machine learning and data science initiatives, Thom designs the algorithms that allow Atlas to recognize activities, count repetitions, and analyze form. His background is in computer science and mathematics – with a heavy focus on machine learning. Outside of his work with Atlas, Thom enjoys keeping up with the state of the art in natural language processing, drinking coffee, and armchair theorizing about cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and the scientific method in general.
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