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17 Oct 2012

Revolutionizing electronic design and building  the largest open hardware community on the web

circuits.io – Free circuit editor in your browser - [Link]

 

16 Oct 2012

43 cloud computing services that can make life easier for application developers – all free of charge.

43 Free Cloud Services for Application Developers - [Link]

6 Aug 2012

Docircuits.com – Build, simulate, and share your circuits, entirely in your browser — no install required. Experience Online Electronics Lab. Work with real looking equipments and components. Learn About Circuits. Build circuits, Run, Analyse and Save them in easy steps. Learning circuits have never been this easy with powerful SPICE-like, mixed-mode circuit simulation helps EE students, electronics hobbyists, and electrical engineers learn faster.

Docircuits.com – Experience virtual labs for electronics on browser - [Link]

21 Jul 2012

adafruit.com writes:

I recently came across this neat web app that let’s you draw an equation and have it automatically converted to LaTeX or MathML. You can also submit the eq. to Wolfram Alpha for evaluation. This is actually a demo page for MyScript handwriting recognition software, and it recognizes all the standard LaTeX symbols, including Greek letters and set operators. Super handy if you want to draft up a quick LaTeX expression and can’t remember the special character codes.

Converting Hand-drawn Equations to LaTeX and MathML - [Link]


3 May 2012

MIT and Harvard announce edX – [via]

Joint partnership builds on MITx and Harvard distance learning; aims to benefit campus-based education and beyond. EdX is a not-for-profit joint venture between Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to offer online versions of their classes and those of other universities. At the same time, edX will support Harvard and MIT faculty in conducting research on teaching and learning on campus through tools that enrich classroom and laboratory experiences. The goal of this initiative is to create a global community of online learners while improving education for everyone. To learn more about edX, visit http://www.edxonline.org.

MIT and Harvard announce edX - [Link]

3 May 2012

Global electronics community, element14, announced it has teamed up with CadSoft Computer GmbH and Microchip to present the EAGLE Design Competition – a four-month competition aimed to unite the most innovative design engineering communities using CadSoft EAGLE’s Version 6.

To enter the competition, applicants can register on the element14 community and post a screenshot of their project’s design layout, along with a written description of the build. Prizes will be awarded to the most creative idea, and include a Dell Alienware computer, a Microchip Eval kit, and a fully-loaded version of CadSoft EAGLE.

Additional contest details and judging criteria are available here

element14 helps drives innovation with EAGLE Design Competition - [Link]

26 Apr 2012

SmallParts.com is now AmazonSupply.com – The Hardware Store for Researchers and Developers – [via]

AmazonSupply.com is a new website dedicated to offering a broad selection of parts and supplies to business, industrial, scientific, and commercial customers at competitive prices. AmazonSupply offers more than 500,000 items from leading brands including Mitutoyo, Georgia-Pacific, Brady Corporation, Sandvik, Genie, and Parker.

AmazonSupply.com: The Hardware Store for Researchers and Developers - [Link]

19 Apr 2012

Udacity – Free Classes. Awesome Instructors. Inspiring Community. [via]

Udacity – Free programming classes - [Link]

19 Apr 2012

The Essentials of Electron Tubes

dangerousprototypes.com writes:

Kelvin informs us of an online stash of vintage engineering docs at tubebooks.org. He especially recommends you check out the technical books section/link.

Tubebooks is “a collection of vintage engineering texts, vacuum tube datasheets, and other obsolete information, presented free of charge and without annoying advertisements.”

Online vintage tech library - [Link]

2 Apr 2012

sqrt(x*x+y*y)+3*cos(sqrt(x*x+y*y))+5 – Google Search has webGL charts – [via]

Google Search has webGL charts – sqrt(x*x+y*y)+3*cos(sqrt(x*x+y*y))+5 - [Link]



 
 
 

 

 

 

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