Course Posts (Skills)

Simulation Revision Control These skills relate to using revision control for your hardware and software projects. We primarily use Git throughout the process of CE. Test Equipment This category is about test equipment skills. This will cover much of the standard equipment and measurement techniques of the low cost tools used throughout Contextual Electronics. Board Assembly Posts in this category relate to the "skills" section of Contextual Electronics, specifically the board assembly skills. These are split out from the category of "soldering" because that is a standalone skill. Posts here would be about doing more in-depth tasks like board reflow, using a stencil and doing DfM for your projects. How To Read A Schematic This is a short skills course for those just getting started. Schematics can be tricky to look at, depending on your experience with them. These videos are made with Michael from <a href="">Programming Electronics Academy (PEA)</a>, another online course targeted at people looking to learn programming on the popular Arduino platform.
About the Course Posts (Skills) category [Course Posts (Skills)] (1)
An Introduction to the EX330 DMM [Test Equipment] (6)
Manipulating The Chart Output [Simulation] (1)
Sweeping Parameter Variables [Simulation] (1)
Installing LTSpice with WINE on Ubuntu [Simulation] (1)
Introduction To The LTSpice Series [Simulation] (1)
Resetting local changes in git [Revision Control] (4)
Your First Simulation [Simulation] (3)
Browsing LTSpice on a VM using Macromodels [Simulation] (2)
Getting set up for SSH on GitHub [Revision Control] (1)
Pushing a single change to a repository [Revision Control] (1)
Git(Hub) for Hardware [Revision Control] (1)
Ordering a solderpaste stencil from OSH Stencil [Board Assembly] (1)
Creating a solderpaste stencil [Board Assembly] (1)
First Reflow Attempt [Board Assembly] (1)
IO Loopback [Test Equipment] (1)
AD2 Intro [Test Equipment] (1)
Stencils and Solder Paste [Board Assembly] (1)