[Blabber] Blabber Digest, Vol 1, Issue 1
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Thu Aug 25 16:07:17 EDT 2011
Agreed on all points as well.
A class would be awesome to have, one that continues weekly or bimonthly.
On Aug 25, 2011, at 4:01 PM, Colin Willson wrote:
> I agree with Mitch on some sort of circuit analysis class/workshop. I was in the same class, and while it was great, I felt it went by quick as well.
> Sometimes questions pop up when I'm not taking a class and, at least for me, it would be extreamly useful to have a time to discuss/troubleshoot or just have a socond set of eyes look at our current issues with our ongoing projects we are working on.
> Also, I'll third lockpicking and open night as well!
> --Colin Willson
> On Aug 25, 2011, at 3:10 PM, Mitch Deoudes <mitch at houseofpain.org> wrote:
>> I'll second the lock-picking class.
>> And speaking of classes, a class or even ongoing workshop on circuit analysis / design for intermediate level folks would be awesome. I recently went through the exercise of scouring the NYC continuing ed scene for something like this, and came up pretty empty. (Eventually Joel Murphy stepped in and set one up from scratch, which was great - but at just 5 sessions, it's left me wanting more.)
>> The idea would be to transfer some of the practical knowledge that people who actually do this stuff every day have ("how to analyze an op-amp circuit", "amplifier design", "what's this circuit doing?") to those of us who understand the principles, but are weak on working knowledge. (Personally, I have a CS/EE degree, but that was 20 years ago & I only took about four hardware classes anyway.)
>> It could be an ongoing thing, where a moderator would pick 2 or 3 circuits each week for group discussion & analysis.
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