This is the nerdhut, a place for everyone who is interested in electronics, programming, games, fun and projects! This isn’t my first website, but it always was a dream of mine to create a place like this. Just a place to have some nice articles to read and some fine videos to watch. But also a place to talk to other people who are into these kinds of things.
Who am I? I’m a software engineer and I write about the projects I work on and the ideas I have. I also want to teach you some topics that, when I learned them, did not have good (free and public) resources for learning. So you could say that I want to try to make things easier to understand, so you have a good overview of a topic.
Why do I give away knowledge for free? Because I think it’s wrong to withhold it from people who might not be able to afford college or who might not have the time to go to engineering-school etc. but still want to know more about certain things. Basically the main point of all the articles, that are supposed to teach you something, is, that I want to give you a quick overview and I’ll try not go into too much detail, because when you have a starting point or an overview about the topic and a basic understanding of it, you can find a lot of good already existing resources online or in libraries that will go into more detail.
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I just have one more thing to say: Sit back, grab a coffee or a cool drink and enjoy your stay in the nerdhut!