Yours truly will be presenting five 1-hour sessions - one a day Monday through Friday - each starting at 2:00pm Eastern Time (which is 11:00am Pacific Time, or 7:00pm UCT/GMT).
I'm all aquiver with anticipation, because I've been given the opportunity to present a free "Introduction to Electronics" online training course.
This will consist of five 1-hour sessions – one a day Monday through Friday – each starting at 2:00pm Eastern Time (which is 11:00am Pacific Time, or 7:00pm UCT/GMT).
VIP!!! Even if you miss one or more of the live presentations, you can still see the archived shows later.
Click Here for more details and/or to register.
I know it may seem strange, but teaching fundamental electronics concepts is something I love to do. I especially like to do it live so I can be there when someone has an "Ah Ha!" moment. I remember once giving a course to a 100 or so circuit board layout designers. I was explaining how you can make a NAND gate by taking an AND and inverting its output with a NOT, and then saying that one way to visualize this is that the NOT symbol is pushed back into the AND symbol until only the bobble (or bubble) remains visible as shown below:
I was drawing on a white board as I spoke – this was before the days of having your notepad computer (which I did not own at that time) plugged into a monster projector – and I heard a voice cry out "So THAT's what that circle means!"
I turned around and this guy was standing up with great big beaming smile on his face "high-fiving" the folks around him.
Now I'm sure that you don’t need to attend, but maybe there is someone in your company in a non-technical role who doesn’t have an engineering background – perhaps in marketing or sales or purchasing – who would benefit from this. If so, you might want to spread the word to someone in your organization's management and suggest that they pass the word around.
Actually, I would also really appreciate it if you could spread this information through your social networks (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) because I do like a crowd, and we will be having a live question and answer session at the end of each day's presentation.
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