Revising the Hacking Den web site.

So a lot has happened in the past three years.

I found myself with a consulting gig that lasted more than a few months. And of course the pandemic turned the world upside down.

My theory with this site, however, was that the things I build–especially transistor-based digital circuits–were essentially timeless, so it didn’t matter how long it took me to build something.

But over the time the project just fell on the back burner.

My interest has never really changed, however. And recently I decided to pick up the mantle, so to speak, open up my copy of Eagle, run some simulations in iCircuit, and start over from the very beginning.

Thus, the revised version of this web site.

Eventually my goal is to start building a table of circuit references to the left, starting from transistors and moving up to a full system.

I also realized video isn’t really my strong point, so I intend to revamp all of the information as a reference web site instead.

We’ll see how this all works out.

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William Woody

I'm a software developer who has been writing code for over 30 years in everything from mobile to embedded to client/server. Now I tinker with stuff and occasionally help out someone with their startup.

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