Take Your Electronics Design Skills to the Next Level with Contextual Electronics

6/20/2013 0 Comments

CircuitHub's mission is to take the frustration out of designing electronics.  That being said, we are always on the lookout for tools that can help do this. When we find something useful, we share it with our users.

Chris Gammell, co-host of the Amp Hour, an electronics podcast, is launching a ten week learning and building program called Contextual Electronics.  The program will help members build hardware from scratch by looking at design decisions, parts, components, how everything works and how to put it all together to create a product.

What really stood out to us about this program was the community aspect.  There is an abundance of electronics design resources online, but alone all this information is hard to digest. Contextual Electronics allows you to build hardware alongside peers and collaborate together on problems, which can can help you to gain the confidence to build your own personal hardware projects.

Contextual Electronics seems like a great program for anyone looking to begin  designing electronic circuits for their own purpose or who want to take their designs to the next level.