Chris Gammell

Chris Gammell

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401 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - How To Write A Resume ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yeah, that\'s a great example. You might think, \"Everyone can solder, right?\". Nope, not by a long shot. Even fewer can solder well. Puts you ahead of the game to have that on a resume, even though it seems like a basic skill for electronics.

404 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - How To Write A Resume ... · 1 reply · +2 points

As you update your resume over the years, it will become obvious what to keep and highlight and what to toss. You\'ll figure out what you like and what you dont like working on, so some of it will become irrelevant.

As for the class section, don\'t worry about the order of how they\'re listed, just make sure you highlight the ones you like more. If you took signals but hated it and don\'t want a job related to it, leave it off. That\'s my opinion anyway. If you\'re trying to get through filters, then you might want to keep it all on there. The more important questions is what do you have on there outside of school?

416 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - KiCAD Schematic Tutorial · 0 replies · +1 points

Yup, I\'ve gotten some feedback on YouTube saying similar things, I will roll that in.

No feel against Eagle yet, I\'m not deep enough into it. But I plan to compare/contrast at the end when I\'m done.

416 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - KiCAD Schematic Tutorial · 1 reply · +1 points

Probably going to roll it in, based upon this design http://www.open-electronics.org/embedded-mp3-modu.... I\'m more interested in the output stage to practice my amplifier design (I have been reading \"Designing Audio Power Amplifiers\").

442 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - Thoughts on the Fundam... · 0 replies · +1 points

The FE questions are closely guarded. You\'ll see it when you take the actual exam, they make sure nothing makes it out of the exam room. That being said, there are lots of practice books out there that are helpful and have \"representative\" questions. I think the books are a bit of overkill (the questions are too hard for the actual exam), but it\'s better to be over prepared rather than under. Good luck in October!

446 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - Closeout Deals From Th... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes, you most definitely can purchase them. You just won't be able to hold them under your arm (heavy!). Prices were about 4-5k

454 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - Recruiting In An Emerg... · 0 replies · +1 points

Exactly. I hope it comes back and will do my part to make sure it does.

460 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - The Rock Stars of Analog · 0 replies · +1 points

Yessir I can be found on LinkedIn. I also agree about the Williams/Pease recommendations. They\'re the first two I think about when I think analog.

462 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - Makeshift Current Sink · 0 replies · +1 points

Haven't ever tried a can but from a total mass perspective, the crowbar wins. It can sink much more total heat, though you're correct that a piece of aluminum the same size would be able to get rid of it faster.

105392 weeks ago @ Chris Gammell's Analog... - How To Write A Resume ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yeah, same problem as my video with KiCAD. I thought it would be ok, but I was wrong, apparently.