Here are some electronics resources that I find useful. Books, online shops, courses and more. I recommend you to bookmark this page for future references. Enjoy!
The Art of Electronics (by Horowitz and Hill) is a good book to learn about electronics theory and to use as a reference for when you need a basic circuit of some kind.
Electronics For Kids is my newest book with the aim of teaching electronics in the simplest way possible. It’s gotten great reviews in The Wall Street Journal, GeekDad.com, The Raspberry Pi Magazine and from many more. Don’t let the “for kids” title fool you – if you have a playful spirit, this is for you.
Getting Started With Electronics is my old book where I teach absolute beginners to get started building electronics. It’s a simple and short book to get you started fast without having to read through tons of theory.
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Ohmify is an exclusive electronics builders club for people who wants to build cool things with electronics. Includes more than 25 courses, roadmaps to show you what to do next, and a discussion forum with electronics enthusiasts from all over the world.
Includes easy to follow step-by-step instructions with video, images and text – so that you’ll see exactly what you need to do and how to do it, and be 100% confident that you do it correctly.
Buying Electronic Components
If you have a brick-and-mortar shop near you, then great! Unfortunately most of us don’t. But you can also buy components online. Check out the list of online shops that I’ve compiled in this article: Where To Buy Electronic Components?
Finding Schematic Diagrams
I have dedicated a page to help you find circuit ideas.
And a list of sites that have a collection of free circuit diagrams.