In a technical institute, I was that boy that seemed to never be paying attention. Seemingly in my own world of electronics and technology. I’ve had electronic circuit design in my head since I was a kid. Things never change, though, I’m no longer a kid.
When I started Kumasi Polytechnic, I originally had the idea of going into full-stack electrical and electronics engineering. But right after I had completed the institute, faith took me to Ghana Education Service where I rendered one-year mandatory service to the nation.
I realized that, one of the many ways I can do something which will positively impact my country especially the youth is to contribute my quota in the education sector. To become an educator, yes! a teacher!.
Without wasting more years, I took it to the University of Education, Winneba. College of Technology Education, Kumasi to obtain a degree in Electrical and Electronics Technology Education. Congratulations to myself!
After building my first blog-site on Google blogger, and getting the instant gratification of praise from others, expecially my colleagues, I was hooked up. The internet was my outlet as I glued to my passion.
A new way to show and share my passions and ideas became the focus of the day. I ended-up with Arduino and Micro-controllers when I got the opportunity to assist the able lecturers at my Alma mater. I am so happy that I made that decision.
When it comes to Teaching and Tutorials, Project Construction, Electrical installation, Electronics circuit design, simulation and implementation, Electronics Troubleshooting, Micro-controllers, Internet-of-things and Automation, am your man!
I do the work I do because I love it. Honestly, I like the industry. And, of course, I like the people I meet. I embrace the nerd and face any situation with confidence. I like to make the industry (Electrical/Electronics/Embedded Systems) a better place.
Just Keep involved and we can make the industry and the world at large a better place together. Regards, am Boateng Oduro.