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Hi folks , I'm a retired Air Force technician ( Avionics ) . When I left technical school back in 1979 microprocessors were black things with many legs .
For my job I fixed mostly high and low voltage power supplies , till 2003 when I switched the F-16 for the C-130 Hercules .
After one year of software the job disappeared ( no more source code ) so back to hardware ...
Now I'm learning step by step Linux and of course the Magnificent Orange Pi zero

I started with this excellent tutorial :
LucSmalls guide
It works perfect !

See you !
  • Sofa jcdino
  • 2018-7-13 13:02:05
i pass to say hello and I see in your blog the Ozero and I ask you what projects do you prepare?
  • Bench Fillis
  • 2023-11-6 13:26:57
Hello! I have great respect for those who went through the old school of microelectronics. It seems to me that you need a lot of knowledge and perseverance to use new trends in electrical engineering. This can be compared to doctors who study all their lives. The only difficult moment for all technicians is the humanities and competent speech. There was a time when I used prompts to write a speech for a conference. Now I see how my son studies and often does it. But he can use online offers. It is amazing. I didn't have this as a child.
  • Floor Fillis
  • 2023-11-6 13:27:21
Hello! I have great respect for those who went through the old school of microelectronics. It seems to me that you need a lot of knowledge and perseverance to use new trends in electrical engineering. This can be compared to doctors who study all their lives. The only difficult moment for all technicians is the humanities and competent speech. There was a time when I used prompts to write a speech for a conference. Now I see how my son studies and often does it. But he can use online offers. It is amazing. I didn't have this as a child.
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