Engineering is done with numbers. Analysis without numbers is only an opinion.
im really glad to see u in ur forum nd im doin btech 2nd year frm india..!!
frm childhood im very interested in these microcontrollers play..!!!!
frm ur forum im starting dis(wireless transmission of electricity) project nd i gt all d components with me nd i wnt to make theory work as first…!!!
so please kindly send me links which r accurate standard pdf…to make it as theory…!!!
plz help me up sir…!!!
If this was the first such request, I’d ignore it. Unfortunately, this is only the latest of many requests I have received from college engineering students wanting me to help them duplicate Jamison’s 6th grade science fair project. As is typical, he is requesting information already provided.
Could Portland be the best city in the country for developers right now? – AppFog Blog. The best write-up ever why my techie friends should call Portland home.
Today, I discovered a much better poster by Matt Jones: “Get Excited and Make Things.”
Printed and posted.
Home Model Engine Machinist. “Dedicated to machinist-built model engines.” Prepare to spend some time looking at incredible builds.
UC Berkeley offers its CS169 Software as a Service class online for free.
Software Engineering – Ideas and techniques for designing, developing, and modifying large software systems. Function-oriented and object-oriented modular design techniques, designing for re-use and maintainability. Specification and documentation. Verification and validation. Cost and quality metrics and estimation. Project team organization and management. Students will work in teams on a substantial programming project.
Agile is a major component. Useful links:
You won’t get any credit for taking this course online, just knowledge.
Tonight Jamison went to district Science-O-Rama with his Wireless Power Transfer engineering project. Jamison and two of his friends put their boards in a row and enjoyed the experience together.
Kudos to Synopsys for sponsoring this event.
See all posts on the Wireless Power Transmission project.