Today I would like to announce something that I have been working on quite a bit recently. Over the past 2 months, I have been working with a colleague of mine to produce a new way to share my experiences with you. One of the many reasons I decided to become an electrical engineer was because of a certain podcast called The Amp Hour. The Amp Hour is a podcast hosted by EE Consultant Chris Gammell and the well know Electrical Engineer, Dave Jones from EEVBlog. It was because of these people that I was introduced to a lot of what I could do as an engineer in the industry.
It is also because of these individuals that I have decided to start my very own podcast. This podcast will be co-hosted by a good friend of mine from Germany. He and I are both engineering students with a passion for the hobby and the field. He has interned with many different companies including Intel and has toured the facility holding the Wendelstein 7-x, the world’s largest stellarator fusion reactor. Our podcast’s aim is to compare the differences between The United States and Germany’s Engineering programs, cover a series of current innovations in the electronics industry, and share our love for electronics and engineering. The name for this podcast has been finalized and we have 3 episodes recorded. My next post will reveal the podcast’s name, cover art, along with the iTunes and Google Podcast links. We hope you can tune into our first cast 😊.
That is all for now and remember, Stay Teckie!