It’s no secret that I care very deeply about the current state of engineering education. In the interest of supporting STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) education, I’m donating 100% of my royalties from the holiday season to non-profits that support this cause.
“Exploring Arduino” has sold 10,000 copies! To celebrate, I’ll be donating 100% of my author royalties to support engineering education from now until the New Year. Pick up a copy to educate both yourself (or a friend or family member) and others!
In a recent guest post on Amazon.com’s Tech.Book Blog, I explored a modern shift in technologies and education that has made engineering more accessible to the general public than ever before.
This is the age of the maker. There is no denying that at this time in human history, makers have the power to do extraordinary things – building social networks that connect billions of people, designing new medical technologies that save lives, and creating cars that can drive themselves.
Talking to some of the BlueStamp Engineering Students Today I got the unique opportunity to stop by BlueStamp Engineering, a summer enrichment program for aspiring engineers. Dave Young, the co-founder and Chief Engineering Officer is a fellow blogger at the element14 Do-It-Yourself blog, and is a Electrical Engineer based out[…]
I hope all of you celebrated Earth Day this past Friday! Last week was Earth Week at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in New York City, and I headed down there for 3 days with other members of Cornell University’s Sustainable Design Team to teach kids about ways they could be[…]
Did you want more blog posts from me? Well you’re in luck, because I’m now a contributing writer for element14’s new “Do-It-Together” Blog! I’ll be posting on anything and everything relating to engineering, technology, and science. But I’m not the only writer! There’s a ton of great talent contributing to[…]