Behind-The-Scenes of AddOhms #14

After moving from learning a new tool to mastery, the resistance for me to switch becomes very high. This can apply to hardware tools like a drill, saw or CNC milling machine. It can also apply to software tools like EAGLE, Programming Languages or video editing software. In AddOhms #14, I gave an overview of the VirtualBench from National Instruments which I’ve covered on this blog as a hands-on, written review and video review.

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For this AddOhms Behind-The-Scenes look, I talk about my experience with changing my tool set, the most critical tool in fact, I use for creating AddOhms Videos. If you’ve ever wondered how I do those hand animations, keep reading for the deepest look yet into my workflow.

The following resources compliment my EAGLE Introduction Classes and eBook.  Files mentioned in those resources will be provided here, although, the original creators may have newer versions available.

EAGLE Tutorials

These are EAGLE tutorials I have created.  There is a mix of written and video content.

Martin Rowe over at Test & Measurement World published an article quite some time ago (1994) that explains what it means when a DMM claims to have “½” digits in their display.  Intuitively, to me anyway, when I heard this I always thought of gas-pumps and how we pay for 9/10 of a penny with every gallon of gas (in the United States). Check out Martin’s post:  What’s a half digit, anyway?