The wonderful electronics podcast The Amp Hour recently interviewed Matt Berggren of Autodesk about EAGLE and more:
Did you read all 3000+ articles published on Hackaday this year? We did. And to help catch you up, we preset the Hackaday 2018 Year in Review podcast!
Join us for the podcast, available on all major podcasting platforms, as Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams attempt the impossible task of distilling the entire year into a one hour discussion. We’ve included every story mentioned in the podcast, and a few more, in the show notes here. But since we can’t possibly mention every awesome hack, we encourage you to share your favorites, and pat the writers on the back, by leaving a comment below.
via Hackaday Podcast: 2018 Year In Review — Hackaday
Electrical engineer and PCB designer Andrew Sowa recently joined Chris Gammell on The Amp Hour podcast:
Piotr Esden-Tempski and Gareth McMullin joined the embedded.fm podcast to talk about their Black Magic Probe and 1bitsy projects:
They discussed their current Kickstarter campaign:
Design files and source code for both projects is available on GitHub:
In application debugger for ARM Cortex microcontrollers.
Open Source JTAG enabled ARM development platform
You can also ask questions on Black Magic’s Gitter channel.
We’re big fans of podcasts about electronics and embedded systems like The Amp Hour, embedded.fm and The Spark Gap podcast. (Please let us know in the comments of other shows we should check out)
In the latest Spark Gap episode, Karl and Corey talk about their trip to Portland for the 2016 Open Hardware Summit:
Our favorite past episodes include the two-episode discussion of PCB design:
We also enjoyed when Karl and Corey were joined by James Lewis of Kemet Electronics to talk about capacitors.