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Here’s a tiny teaser

Here’s a tiny teaser

Today I built an electronic code lock.

And man, am I tired now.

The code lock is for a new project I’ve been working on since the beginning of this year.

I have briefly mentioned it earlier, without saying what it is.

I’m very close to completion now, so I guess I can say a bit more about it:

It’s a new book.

For kids.

With lots of projects, explained in simple ways.

It’s for the kids to build and learn how electronics work.

I wanted to use real electronic components:

Transistors, capacitors, integrated circuits and the whole shebang.

So that the kids learn the real deal.

But, just because it’s aimed at kids doesn’t mean adults can’t read it ;)

I’m collaborating with a publisher in the US.

And it’s going into the book stores.

Even though I am almost done with the writing part, it’s still a bit of a wait before it’s released.

We’re hiring a designer to create a really good layout and some awesome illustrations.

And there’s some marketing and admin stuff that takes a bit of time.

Anyway, I will tell you more once I get myself through the last 10% (which always seems to be the hardest!)

For now it’s back to work for me.

Keep on Soldering!
Oyvind

PS! If you want to learn to build things with electronics today. You can purchase my eBook “Getting Started With Electronics” now, and get instant access. Read more here: http://www.build-electronic-circuits.com/products/ebook-2nd-edition/

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