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  • PCBWay Rewards: How to get and redeem the PCBWay Beans

    PCBWay Rewards: How to get and redeem the PCBWay Beans

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    Beside the good quality of their PCB and low cost for their services, One more feature that makes PCBWay.com stands out against their competitors it's their friendship approach they have taken with their customers. They always want a closer relationship with their customers that's why they run several programs to reward and empower their customers and the makers community at large. In this article we will explain more about PCBWay Beans, and learn different ways to get more Beans and how to redeem them.Read More »
  • Join PCBWay I Can Soldering Contest and Stand a Chance to Win up to $800

    Join PCBWay I Can Soldering Contest and Stand a Chance to Win up to $800

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    PCBWay has organised PCB Design Contests in the past where electronic lovers and PCB designers won really big by just doing what they love the most: Designing an outstanding PCB for a cool electronic project with prices up to $1000 is cash! This year there is another opportunity to take pride in being a maker and join PCBWay I Can solder KIT 2019 contest where you could win up to $800 + in prizes!Read More »
  • Is your recruitment process millennial friendly?

    Is your recruitment process millennial friendly?

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    Employees are your most valuable asset, and if you want your business to thrive, you need to find and hire top talent. However, despite the different channels that you can use to identify and get in touch with the right people for the job, it can’t be denied that there are various challenges that you’ll have to overcome during the process.Given that millennials are currently the largest generation in the labor force, it’s clear that you need to adjust your recruitment process to appeal to them. Here are a few strategies that you can incorporate into your current hiring process.Read More »
  • Why should we hire you?” and 5 outdated interview questions recruiters should avoid

    Why should we hire you?” and 5 outdated interview questions recruiters should avoid

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    The first recorded job interview in history took place in 1921, when Thomas Edison designed a written test to help evaluate a candidate’s knowledge. Since then, not a lot has changed.Recruiters have been submitting candidates to the same tired set of interview questions for decades. Interviews have become less about finding the best candidate for the role, and more about testing to see how a candidate can perform a series of rehearsed answers. Questions like “why should we hire you?” are not designed to bring out the best in a candidate – nor are they designed to give a recruiter …Read More »

 

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  • Automatic Temperature Control System using PIC Microcontroller – Flowcode

    Automatic Temperature Control System using PIC Microcontroller – Flowcode

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    An automatic temperature control system has the ability to monitor and control the temperature of a specified space without human intervention. This project uses a PIC microcontroller to automatically control the temperature of an area. This area could be a small plant, a house or any place or device that require a controlled temperature like an incubator (egg) for example. The desired temperature setting is entered using a keypad and stored in microcontroller EEPROM even if the there is a power off or system reset, this reference value will always be saved. The temperature of the area is measured using …Read More »
  • Digital Frequency Counter with an LCD Display using PIC Microcontroller – mikroC

    Digital Frequency Counter with an LCD Display using PIC Microcontroller – mikroC

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    In these series of measurement projects with PIC microcontroller, we're gonna discuss several projects like how to measure DC or AC Voltage, DC or AC Current, Resistance, Capacitance, Frequency, Light, Temperature, Humidity, Pressure, Rain, Soil moisture, Water level, Distance etc.  In this project, we are going to learn how to measure frequency of a signal using a PIC microcontroller and display it on an LCD display.Read More »
  • Temperature Logger to SD Card with Menu Control – MikroC

    Temperature Logger to SD Card with Menu Control – MikroC

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    An SD Card can be used to log data continuously over time for various purposes, this project shows the design of a temperature data logger with menu control system. The ambient temperature is read every minute and stored in a file on an SD card. When the program starts, the user is given three options: Saving the temperature readings to a new file on an SD card, Appending the temperature readings to an existing file or Sending all the saved file contents to a PC The user will have to choose one option and then press enter to start logging …Read More »
  • Digital Clock using PIC Microcontroller and the DS1307 Real Time Clock – MikroC

    Digital Clock using PIC Microcontroller and the DS1307 Real Time Clock – MikroC

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    Real Time Clock and Calendar functions are very important in many projects especially in data logging devices where a real time stamp is required in each record. This clock uses the DS1307 which is a low power serial real time clock/calender with full binary coded decimal (BCD) clock/calendar plus 56 bytes of Non Volatile Static RAM. This chip provides year, month, date, hour, minute and second information. The end date of months is automatically adjusted for months fewer than 31 days including leap year compensation up to year 2100. In this article we are going to design a digital clock …Read More »

 

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