Join Parker and Stephen as they delve into Japan's decision to phase out floppy disks and CD-ROMs for government submissions.
We welcome Chris Gammell, Developer Relations Lead at Golioth, to explore the exciting world of IoT (Internet of Things) and hardware.
Brenden Duncombe discusses the pros and cons of continuous integration and continuous delivery/deployment (aka CI/CD) for hardware.
Bosch wrench hack sparks talk on insecure IoT devices. We discuss safety risks and broader implications.
Parker & Stephen dive into ethics with expert Kent Johnson Gray areas, moral dilemmas, & beyond in engineering Don't miss this!
K-map talk sparked debate on college teaching! Parker & Stephen shared prof stories: some inspiring, others baffling.
Circuit Break welcomes back James! His expert insights on component aging - 5 years? 20 years? Calculations?! - sparked a convo we couldn't miss. Tune in!
Not unlike Han Solo emerging from cryosleep, the annual MacroFab Star Wars Christmas Special is back!
We discuss car manufacturers increasing their focus on Software-Defined Vehicles (SDVs) instead of physical components used to control vehicle functions.
We welcome Pete Staples, the CEO and Co-Founder of Blue Clover Devices! Founded in 2003, they explore ways to make the electronics industry more efficient.
Parker and Stephen discuss a recent article exploring how electrostatic discharge damage isn’t the only kind of static hazard digital designs can face.
Dr. Haldane on his background, the problems JITX is trying to resolve, & new auto-router plans. What's the deal with the "hyper-aggressive pogo-stick"?
Shrinking chip tech spurring 2.5D packaging & enabling 3D. ChatGPT's in answering questions & relating to humans, despite lacking personal experiences.
Paul V. McEnroe is best known for his primary role in developing the UPC, the barcode used on every product in supermarkets and the retail industry.
Parker & Stephen dive into Circuit Break Discourse, LT3073 regulator, Weldestroyer updates, Box Truk progress, and more!
Parker will participate in Extra Life Day: Revenge of the Holiday Special raising funds for kids at a local Texas Children's Hospital on November 4, 2023.
Parker and Stephen have a great talk with Greg Norman, a recording engineer, producer, and technician at Steve Albini’s studio, Electrical Audio.
Parker and Stephen celebrate episode 400 of the MacroFab Engineering Podcast and announce its relaunch as Circuit Break.
Parker and Stephen welcome Josh Manley back to the show to discuss how humans and CAD can interact!
Parker’s charity work, in which he plays video games like Duke Nukem. Plus, deep dive into the Raspberry Pi 5 and Stephen updates about Weldestroyer 3000.
Community feedback that led Parker to order a Bambu X1 Carbon 3D Printer, arriving any day now, S to the L to the A, “guardrails” that the U.S.
Parker and Stephen discuss the Cloudlifter mechanism in use to help enhance the sound of this podcast, what phantom power is and what it actually does.
Discussion on USB-C, EU chargers, tech, Slack GUI, government regulation, tech innovation and reverse polarity.
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