JaxCoder has been down for some time but the site is currently under construction and will be done in the near future.
I will be adding new projects, tips and most certainly some ramblings concerning new products, frameworks and protocols. IoT is currently a hot item on my bench and there are a plethora of projects that I intend on pursuing.
As you can see in the photo there is a new addition to my work bench, it is a Creality CR-10 3D printer so I will certainly be reviewing and sharing all that I learn.
In this article I'm going to describe the process of designing and building an electronic workbench that is inexpensive and doesn't require a lot of tools to construct. I will provide several options that will enahnce the look and usability of the end product but are not necessary and will require extra tools and increase the cost of the workbench.
The Windows Hobbyist Electronic Inventory System or WinHesit is an electronics component organizer on steroids that was developed with the electronic bobbyist in mind. Designed to be light weight, responsive and most of all easy to use it also allows a lot of information to be optionally entered for those that need to store more data that is to be associated with the component.