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Hardware Hackers Rejoice: Learn Electronics and PCB Design from the Convenience of your Home (and/or Couch)


The world's largest online technical training platform Udemy launches "Crash Course Electronics and PCB Design" to bring electronics and PCB design to the masses.

AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) July 24, 2018

"Crash Course Electronics and PCB Design" was developed by Andre' LaMothe -- Computer Scientist, Electrical Engineer, and Best Selling Author with over 30 years experience.

The course was created to address a need in the Start-Up sphere to enable hardware entrepreneurs a path to knowledge that is both accessible and practical. Just a few years ago, young entrepreneurs wouldn't dream of starting a hardware company due to the level of technology, and cost of entry into hardware development.

But, recent developments in 3D printing, off shore manufacturing, and hobby electronics such as the Arduino and RaspberryPi have taken the world by storm. Now, the idea of creating a hardware start-up and product aren't out of reach. However, the vast knowledge required in electronics and circuit board design is difficult to come by without formal training, an EE degree or better.

With this in mind, "Crash Course Electronics and PCB Design" was created. The course starts from "What's an Electron?" and ends with designing a series of complete PCB projects, and sending them to manufacturing! In other words, the course is both a theoretical class as well as a practical training module on how to turn ideas into products.

The course uses CAD juggernauts Altium CircuitMaker (free) and Labcenter Proteus (for simulation only) -- both of which are trained in real-time during the course, no experience necessary.

There are countless courses on electronics and PCB design, but none that tie the two subjects together into a single course until now.

"Crash Course Electronics and PCB Design" is a tour de force on the subject with over 135 lectures, and 87 hours of video, just launched at Udemy.

Find out more here.

Crash Course Electronics and PCB Design

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