Build Log

This is where forum members can post progress on their projects. This is meant to be a linear record of the things you're working on, like a diary.

General Electronics

This is the general electronics area of the Contextual Electronics forum. This is where you can ask general questions about how to use a particular piece of test equipment or how to use a part.

Resources

Share links to useful sites about electronics here. This can be tutorials, repositories of information and other links to things you believe will benefit the CE community.

Community

The community category is a catch all for project discussion, not necessarily related to electronics. A large focus will be on the posting of projects.

Course Questions

Have a question about the course? Want some insight into how the course works, either from an instructor or other users? Have questions about how the logistics or billing works? Ask here!

Equipment

Discuss your test equipment here, either the stuff you have or the stuff you've seen and want to get.

Shine On You Crazy KiCad

This category is meant for the simple starting course making a custom piece of hardware for the Raspberry Pi.

Meta

Discussion about this site, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.

Course Posts (Projects)

We will be posting links and discussion about the paid and free projects videos for Contextual Electronics here. Please only respond if you are participating in the course and have something to say. Users will only be able to respond to these posts, not create new posts in this area.

Course Posts (Skills)

We will be posting links and discussion about the paid and free skills videos for Contextual Electronics here. Please only respond if you are participating in the course and have something to say. Users will only be able to respond to these posts, not create new posts in this area.

Contract Work

Many people approach me about contract work and I want to refer them to people I know either from personal connections or from Contextual Electronics. I also think many CE students, current or former, are ready to start moving into contract work.