Welcome to MyElectrons!
It's been a while I started blogging on google's blogger. That blog about electronics and bits of software has outgrown its old rented apartments and deserves its own little house. Here it's landed.
I am passionate about electronics since my childhood, actually as early as I can remember myself I was dreaming about bulbs and batteries and motors, then experimenting with all that and beyond, breaking and repairing toys, later on - the radios and tapes and TV's, etc. During my life I've worked in most of the areas of electronics: from analog and audio to digital to micro-controllers and computers, from DC to radio. I also happened to become a "hard-core" 🙂 C++ developer (for quite some years of my life) and I enjoy freedom of Linux and the Internet. Perhaps the only field that I never fell in love was very high frequency. But who knows what comes next 😉
Should you find this blog interesting or have an idea you want to share with the World or discuss - be brave and leave a comment here, or simply drop me a note at : patrushin AT gmail.com
- Serge Patrushin.
Serge, thank you for a great site!, I am going to buil some of your projects.Best wishes, terry.
Hi Terry, thank you for your support! By the way, should you have any question – just give me a shout. Though on some days I am not turning computers on, once I get to the news – I’ll be happy to support my readers 😉
Very nice circuit. I will build it. Do you have an updated version?
Where is your home – Kyiv?
thanks for stopping by!
BTW which circuit in particular were you referring to?
I guess my writing accent is too harsh and evident 😉 Nevertheless I just hope it’s bearable to read and articles and schematics can still be of some value to others 🙂
I am originally from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Currently living in Belgium…
Great blog ! Your projects are very inspiring and i learned a lot from your clear descriptions.
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and ideas.
Thank you, Roel, and welcome! 🙂
I wish I dedicated more time to this blog, at least re-telling stories I publish on its Russian sibling.