On this episode, Michael Lyons of Centex Paranormal visits Parker and Stephen at MacroFab.
Today's podcast is special as Stephen and Parker have a Co-Podcast with The Amp Hour's Chris Gammell.
Parker and Stephen talk about an Audio Amp for Spooky Pinball based off the LM1875.
Parker and Stephen talk about Stephen's Brewing Rig and designing the new PinHeck Pinball System.
Parker and Stephen talk about the Analog board of the SSPS and clickbait engineering article titles.
Stephen and Parker talk about progress on the part libraries, modular cell phones, toilet humor, and college dev tools.
Stephen and Parker have Kwabena of OpenMV as a guest on this week's podcast.
Parker and Stephen talk about the SSPS Energon Cube and Eagle Part Libraries.
Stephen and Parker rant (again) on bad datasheets, ARM being bought out by SoftBank, and general project updates.
This week Stephen and Parker rant about terrible datasheets and incognito Arduinos.
This week Stephen and Parker have Benjamin Heckendorn of The Ben Heck Show as a guest!
This week Stephen and Parker have Scott Shawcroft of Chickadee-Tech as a guest. This episode is Quadcopter crazy.
This week Stephen and Parker have Dustin Holliday as a guest to chat about the FCC and KiCad Python.
Stephen and Parker have guests Matt Keas and Brian Dorton from the Iron Yard and discuss the IoT of EVERYTHING.
Stephen and Parker discuss Gameboys using Raspberry Pi Zero, the FAA's new anti-drone system, and project updates.
This week Stephen and Parker discuss capacitors, the Space Echo RE-201, and horror stories of college electronic labs.
This week Stephen and Parker discuss System-in-Package (SiP style chips) with Greg Sheridan of Octavo Systems.
Parker & Stephen discuss the NuTube from Korg USA and updates on the Jig of Destiny.
Stephen is now almost done with the FX Development Board's final layout and enclosure design.
Stephen makes progress on the FX Dev Board and Parker keeps working on the Stupid Simple Power Supply.
Parker has been testing the ESP-12E WiFi module which uses the ESP8266 IC.
Stephen builds a custom old school tube microphone for Josh Moore and Parker gets a CU40045-UW1J display working.
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