Get to know electronics! Another tutorial from the wold of electronic for the most searching:
For those, who are beginners, and those who has known the code already – we present another tutorial to get familiar with basic tech knowlegde. Educate yourself peole 🙂 Take and share:
As every Tuesday we present some exaples of successful people and features which contribute to their fame. What does it mean this time? 1. BE CLEAR (AND UNDERSTOOD ) – It means to have a harmonic statement and broadcast. If you present yourself with a particular point of view, characteristic way, people can distinguish youContinue Reading #Anatomy of Success – Yoko Ono, John Lennon and lift to visibility
Today we familiarize with the primary components of green coffee bean to understand the chemistry of roasting later. Structure Cellulose is a main part of bean structure. And it has it’s own consequences. Did you know that raw coffee beans are consisting about one-half carbohydrate in various forms and one-half of water? Cellulose strands willContinue Reading #Coffee Monday – Espresso Patronum!
If you want put your first step in electronics and programming we found an extremely helpful tutorial for beginners. We do recommend this YouTube channel:
You can’t miss this information. Microsoft goes big on social and acquires LinkedIn for US$26.2 billion. Watch the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHVtNgngLHA
If you want to know how electronics in your car works – follow our Wednesday’s posts. Today a nice and polite blonde explains how the coolant temperature sensor works and it’s worth watching. #AutomotiveWednesday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2Kd0VQWw1o
This time absolutely abbreviated post – I promise. Keith Richards is the guitarist and singer of The Rolling Stones, author one of the best riffs ever made, and archetype for Jack Sparrow. To my mind the most intresting are: 1. HAVE SOME DISCIPLINE – what I really admire is that he got sober after atContinue Reading #Anatomy of success – Keith Richards (The Rollung Stones) – How to play the first fiddle, starting from the second.
“Coffee roasting has always been something of a dark art”* – has wrote once the most influential man in the barista world – Scott Rao. He has spend over 25 years studying roasting, mostly by trials and errors during first ten years. He spend long ours analyzing roast data, working as a roasting consultant, to improveContinue Reading #Coffee Monday – Why we roast coffee beans actually?
Your recent purchase 🙂 Does it look familiar? Solar panels maybe? You’re right. It is a thin slice a of silicone – semiconductor material, used in electronics for the fabrication of integrated circuits and in photovoltaics for conventional, wafer-based solar cells. The wafer serves as the substrate for microelectronic devices built in and over the wafer andContinue Reading #Electronik Friday – What colour (and shape) sillicon can be actually?