Some interesting blogs and creators/makers in the Electronics and Engineering field.


EEVBlog link1 | EEVblog

The EEVblog is the world’s largest and most popular Youtube Engineering channel with over 360,000 subscribers. The EEVblog is hosted by David L. Jones, an electronics design engineer based in Sydney Australia. In each episode he shares some of his 20+ years experience in the electronics design industry in his unique non-scripted naturally enthusiastic and passionate style.


hackaday logo2 | Hack a Day

Hackaday serves up Fresh Hacks Every Day from around the Internet. Our playful posts are the gold-standard in entertainment for engineers and engineering enthusiasts.



the amp hour link3 | The Amp Hour

Dave Jones from the EEVblog in Sydney (Australia), and Chris Gammell from Contextual Electronics in Cleveland (USA) discuss the world of electronics design in an hour long(ish) weekly show, recorded “live” without editing or a mute button! We are also joined every other week by guests throughout the electronics industry.


Ben Heck Show Link4 | The Ben Heck Show

Join master hacker, engineer, and tech hobbyist Ben Heck as he tackles new and fun interesting projects each week. Whether he’s combining a PS3, Wii U, and Xbox into one mega video game system or building his own pinball machine, Ben shows you step by step how you can take on all kinds of electronic projects. Ben also shares useful tips and answers your questions about 3D printing, microcontrollers, circuitry, modeling, design, and much more.


blondihacks link5 | Blondihacks

BlondiHacks is a collection of hacking projects. There’s some car stuff, some electronics stuff, and some plain old silly stuff. Hope ya like it!


diyhacking link5 | DIY Hacking

Check out our open source DIY projects and start building your own projects for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Intel Edison today. Each tutorial comes with detailed step by step instructions on how to build them. They are also accompanied with pictures and videos for better understanding.