“what you hear, you forget. what you see, you remember. what you do, you understand.” I’m not sure who first wrote that. But there’s a lot of truth in it. I want you to understand electronics.
Today is the day before “the day” here in Norway. “The day” is Christmas Eve. That’s the main day of Christmas here in Norway. That’s when Santa comes knocking on the door and the kids get their Christmas presents.
When I was a kid, I had the habit of trying to figure out what my parents had got me for Christmas. So I searched in closets and the basement. One time, I found a table tennis racket. And I thought… “Woah! I’m going to get a table tennis table??”
Have you ever wondered what a capacitor does in a circuit? Well, then the newest Ohmify course is for you. You’ll learn how the capacitor works and some of the cool things you can build with it: Fading LEDs, time-delayed burglar alarms, sound-generators, blinking lights, and more.
“There are 10 kinds of people in this world. Those who understand binary. And those who don’t.” That’s a binary joke. Those who understand binary will get it ;) When it comes to learning electronics, I see that people usually have a preference. They either want to learn to build analog circuits, or they want […]
If you were following my newsletter 2-3 years ago, you might remember 9 Circuits. That was a very popular ebook I wrote and sold back then. So when No Starch Press approached me suggesting we should create a new book together based on 9 Circuits, I thought: