What’s the saying?
Give a man a fish and feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.
Today, I want to teach you how to fish.
Ive been working in the tech industry for some time and it’s been interesting, to say the least, but something has always been nagging at me. I often found that the little voice inside would subside when I wrote articles on my blog, on Medium, or even about my trip all over the west coast.
I would ultimately get busy and those efforts would go by the wayside. But then, as it had before, that sinking feeling would come back that I was doing the wrong thing.. (Crap)
I asked myself, what if I could empower everyone that I knew by sharing with them my projects in painstaking detail? I realized there are plenty of people out there doing things wrong (Like hand twisting two wires together only to secure it with duct tape. Then put it in their car connected to the battery with no fuse. An electrical engineer’s worst nightmare. 🙀) so why not try to make it right?
Thus, Circuit Dojo was born.
So, this is my invitation to you. If you’re looking to step up your electronics game in one way or another (wiring a car, making a PCB, whatever!) join me in my quest to teach everything practical I know about electronics and design.
Lets get started.