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This is your bi-weekly deep dive on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the radio amateur. Join your hosts George KJ6VU and Jeremy KF7IJZ as they discuss current developments in ham radio while introducing listeners to a plethora of topics and skills such as test equipment, 3D Printing, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. Ham radio is a hobby of hobbies - George and Jeremy introduce hams of all ages to experimenting and learning within ham radio, which can be one of th ...
 
The Programming Electronics Academy Podcast is a show featuring programmers, hobbyists, and other influencers, who are realizing their creative vision using Arduino. In each episode our host and guests of the show will talk about their creative projects and prototypes, how they managed build them, and what listeners can do to get out there and make their own projects using Arduino.
 
Stemiverse is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris, author of Maker Education Revolution and founder of Tech Explorations, talks with amazing educators about the most important topics in STEM Education. TE Podcast is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris interviews professional engineers and scientists for their take in the latest developments, their practices, and advice, as well as makers about their projects, their favorite tools (software and hardware), and the ...
 
Struggling with your tech? Don't understand what's going on in social media? Just want to use your phone, tablet, laptop, or even your TV without losing your grip? We're here to help you out! Our team of inspirational technology writers are ready with words of encouragement to help you through any problem you're facing with your PC, social media account, home theater, whatever! Want to get to grips with your tech? Hit play!
 
Let's Make It is a show that is all about making things, in particular electronic things. During this show we will be using things like Arduinos, PIC chips and Raspberry Pie's to make all kinds of electronic gadgets. We are making these gadgets to learn how they work. Not technical, not to worry, we are going to start really simple and teach you as we go along. All it requires is a desire to want to learn some programming and electronics. This show is hosted by Mike Myers of Genius Idea Stud ...
 
POSSIBLY UNSAFE is a hands-on adventure in DIY hosted by Patrick Norton and Michael Hand. Whether it’s experimenting with bacon in the kitchen, building an amazing gaming PC, or hacking brains with Arduinos- Possibly Unsafe is ready to help viewers get end results while not necessarily following the proper protocols.
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
Let's Make It is a show that is all about making things, in particular electronic things. During this show we will be using things like Arduinos, PIC chips and Raspberry Pie's to make all kinds of electronic gadgets. We are making these gadgets to learn how they work. Not technical, not to worry, we are going to start really simple and teach you as we go along. All it requires is a desire to want to learn some programming and electronics. This show is hosted by Mike Myers of Genius Idea Stud ...
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
Bringing the culture of a makerspace straight to your earbuds. Co-hosts Aaron and Dustin recruit guests to have raw conversations about a broad spectrum of topics. Projects, science, technology, engineering, failure, computer-y stuffs, weird habits, video games, things that blink, code, robots, wooden boxes, tools. Go make something!
 
Developer Smackdown is a weekly technical audio podcast hosted by Clark Sell and Mark Nichols. Clark and Mark muse about anything related to the software industry and the developers behind it. On Developer Smackdown we try to not only give real world practical advice but have that honest conversation you would hae with your colleges after work. © Copyright 2009 – 2011 by Developer Smackdown.
 
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Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 40! This week’s DIY tech news highlights include a Raspberry Pi smart chess board, Arduino-controlled Nintendo Switch, Raspberry Pi Zero RF video modulator HAT, RP2040 board Arduino IDE support, and more! Tune in for the latest maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We…
 
Richard Sithole sits down with Charles Max Wood to discuss his story from growing up in South Africa and the setbacks he experienced as he worked his way into the software industry. He walks through his learning journey and the challenges he faced as he moved from one stage to another to become a successful software engineer in Berlin, Germany. Pan…
 
Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world! Where else can you travel the city on a romantic gondola ride and not be troubled by things like cars, traffic, bicycles, or really any other form of transportation? But all that beauty comes with a price. Thanks to being built almost at sea level, coupled with plate tectonics and general gro…
 
To celebrate 30 months since the launch of the Really Useful Podcast, we bring you a collection of the top 5 best tips from our most popular episodes. As such, Christian Cawley is joined by various members of the Really Useful Podcast team to cover diverse topics such as Windows keyboard shortcuts, problems with Skype, old PC games, Microsoft Offic…
 
Dan Quigley N7HQ, Director of Amateur Products at Flex Radio, joins us discuss the role of your network in your shack. PERMALINK - https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/the-network-in-your-shack Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us - http://hamradioworkbench.com/conta…
 
SlingFest on the news: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kacsOd8f__QA broken trebuchet almost hits Tommy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=302&v=4asvcKgXML0The Dallas Makerspace's trebuchet breaks an arm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ml0N7nycgIA0:00 - Intro1:04 - Wikipedia says a trebuchet is a type of catapult2:00 - How did Tommy start flinging pu…
 
Jason Weimann started out as an enthusiast of the Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, Everquest. After becoming a software developer and building a collaborative community playing the game, learn how he used his connections to get a job working for the company that made the game, even if it wasn't a job working as a game developer and h…
 
Jason Weimann started out as an enthusiast of the Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, Everquest. After becoming a software developer and building a collaborative community playing the game, learn how he used his connections to get a job working for the company that made the game, even if it wasn't a job working as a game developer and h…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 39! This week’s highlights include a Raspberry Pi Zero sending video from space, a Bluetooth Robot, and a dual Ethernet Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 baseboard. Tune in for the latest maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new show every week. Subscribe he…
 
You've seen the term NFT but what does it mean? How can you buy digital art for $1000s without even owning it? What is the real ecological damage of cryptocurrency mining? And why are graphics cards so expensive? In this podcast we explore non-fungible tokens, the madness of this latest crypto bubble, whether cryptocurrency is as bad for the enviro…
 
Chuck outlines how he's used his podcasts to find mentors to continue his learning journey over 12 years of podcasting. Some mentors have been long lived relationships while others have lasted only a few months or even days. This episode shares Chuck's experience learning from the top people in the development community as a programmer and podcaste…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 38! Highlights for the week include a major Raspberry Pi imager update, open-source grow light, and a DIY Ecobee smart plug. Tune in for the latest maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new show every week. Subscribe here! Don't have time to watch the sho…
 
Samsung makes nice TVs, some refrigerators, and a few other things, right? Well, that is true, but they are so much more, and Samsung's start was nothing like the electronics giant that they are today. Join us to learn about how Samsung went from a glorified grocery store to a well diversified super-company with divisions in electronics, electro-me…
 
The Amazon Fire tablet is one of the most popular alternatives to Apple's iPad. Equipped with the Android-based Fire OS, these are versatile tablets aimed at the whole family. But are you getting the most our of your Amazon Fire tablet? Is the tablet really suitable for children or is it more geared towards a media consuming adult? How do you chang…
 
Chuck outlines how he's used his podcasts to find mentors to continue his learning journey over 12 years of podcasting. Some mentors have been long lived relationships while others have lasted only a few months or even days. This episode shares Chuck's experience learning from the top people in the development community as a programmer and podcaste…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 37! This week saw the Raspberry Pi Pico turned into a MIDI controller, the MCUZone and SeeedStudio Compute Module released, and an open-source, programmable logic controller seek crowdfunding! Check out these top maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new …
 
Everyone loves pizza, and if you don't, you can just stop listening to us. But just because one loves pizza, it doesn't mean that we know how to engineer the perfect pizza pie! We explore the engineering behind why brick oven pizzas are superior to the oven sitting in your kitchen, what temperature it should be at for the perfect crust crisp to mel…
 
Some new Xbox and PS5 games are launching at around $70. Game controllers are around the same price. And if you can get hold of a next generation console, that's going to set you back a few hundred dollars too. So: is video gaming becoming to expensive? This week's discussion draws on these resources: Why Are PS5 and Xbox Series Games So Expensive?…
 
Remember the amazing adventure it was to learn a new thing every day as a Junior Developer? It's easy to feel a little stuck or lost as a Senior developer since there aren't roadmaps or people looking to mentor seniors. (Besides Charles Max Wood.) Chuck talks about how he felt that way at different points in his career and how podcasting and connec…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 36! This week saw the Arduino IDE 2.0 beta released, DietPi added Docker and Steam support, the ESP32-M1 seeks crowdfunding, and there’s an early hands-on look at the ESP32-S3! Check out these top maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new show every week.…
 
You've probably heard of a Raspberry Pi, but how does this single-board computer (SBC) differ from a microcontroller? In this Really Useful Podcast, we discuss the Raspberry Pi and its clones, the Raspberry Pi Pico and other microcontrollers, and the Arduino. How do they differ? What projects suit each type of board? Click play to find out. Some re…
 
Charles Max Wood goes into the origin story of his podcasting career and how it relates to his programming career. He starts with his interest from a young age in technology and his dreams of being a radio DJ. He moves quickly through college and into his first job after college where he was introduced to podcasts by a co-worker who had purchased a…
 
Winter is going, and that means it’s time to start preparing for springtime operations! George, John W7DBO, Mike VA3MW, and Rod VA3ON join to talk about their projects to prepare for Spring. PERMALINK - https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/spring-project-roundtable Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://…
 
Although they are less common in the United States these days, the manual transmission is still relied on by most of the world, and some consider to be much more fun to drive. But what is the difference between a manual transmission and an automatic? We take a look at how a manual transmission works, discuss gear ratios, how the car goes in reverse…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 35! This week saw an upgradeable and repairable laptop, ESP32-powered Alexa Spotify player, and tons of Pimoroni RP2040 devices! Check out these top maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new show every week. Subscribe here! Read the article! Don't have ti…
 
Full transcript and questions/answers: https://techexplorations.com/blog/kicad/jon-evans-answers-kicad-6-questions/I had this conversation with Jon Evans on 16 February 2021. Jon answered questions relating to the upcoming KiCad 6.0 released. Questions asked: 1. What is your current estimate of when KiCad 6.0 will be published?2. Now that we have c…
 
We’re having a duo episode for this month! Patrick and I discuss the relevance of Kotlin, a JVM language used for web backends and android development, and why you should look into it. Also we are testing out adding transcripts to the show notes. Let us know what you think! Show notes: https://www.programmingthrowdown.com/2021/03/episode-108-kotlin…
 
When it comes to the biggest brains of all time, you can't have a conversation without mentioning Albert Einstein. His theories are still being proven and validated to this day, and his understanding of time and matter is considered to be unparalleled. We've taken a look at Albert Einstein's life, from his childhood, to his education, how he came u…
 
Everyone has an old phone or two at the back of a drawer. Your old PC might be stuck under a desk somewhere---meanwhile, you've switched to a laptop. Old hardware takes up space, but simply throwing it away is dangerous. Without the correct recycling techniques, discarded tech can be an ecological nightmare. Fortunately, there are various ways that…
 
Charles Max Wood explains how he landed his first 4 freelance clients that took him through a few years of freelancing with only 3 years of experience and a few hundred podcast listeners. Funnily enough, they actually came to him, not the other way around. He explains how he made himself attractive to them and then turned it into a mutually profita…
 
Lasers are awesome! I mean, you can get a cat to chase them around on the floor, or you can shine them into the sky to make things look pretty. What more could you want? Oh, something useful?! Yeah, they do that as well! Take a listen to better understand the history of lasers, different types, and how each of them work and can be used to improve o…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 34! This week saw a Raspberry Pi Pico-based intruder alarm, Arduino and ESP32 Amazon Alexa development board, and more! Check out these top maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new show every week. Subscribe here! Watch the show! Read the article! Don't …
 
If you have a YouTube channel, Twitch stream, podcast, Facebook page, Instagram account, or TikTok, you're probably keen to find and audience. But how do you find followers and build a following? This week, we take a look at the various techniques you can use across several social platforms and mediums. You may be surprised at how similar some of t…
 
Charles Max Wood explains the process he uses to stay current in various technologies including JavaScript and Angular. He walks through the process of finding influencers, groups, forums, and content outlets that produce the information he's looking for and then using them to stay on top of the movements within the programming community using a sp…
 
This week we have a mega cast to discuss how to start a workbench on a $250 budget. George KJ6VU, Rod VA3ON, Vince VE6LK, and Dan AG7GM all present their recommendations while Mike VA3MW and Jeremy KF7IJZ give insight to the selections offered. PERMALINK - https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/250-dollar-workbench Our Website - http://www.hamra…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 33! This week’s highlights include an Nvidia Jetson Nano AI-powered dog trainer, ESP32 smart gardening board, and a Raspberry Pi Pico-based OLED display. Check out these top maker, tech, DIY, IoT, embedded, and crowdfunding news stories from the week! We publish a new show every week. Subscribe here. Don't …
 
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