You have already been building hardware and are ready to take a deep dive into the theory of electronics. This type of member will build the most intricate projects on CE, while still pairing it with practical project based instruction.
Who are you?
Members who are looking to continue their electronics practice with Contextual Electronics are often former electronics/electrical engineers who have stepped away from the field for a while. Perhaps they moved into the firmware or software world for a job and are looking to get back to building tangible hardware. They understand many of the fundamentals of electronics and have built moderately complex electronics in the past
Get Started With Contextual Electronics
The membership levels of CE are aspirational. The likely best membership for members at this stage of their electronics journey would likely be the Master Level. This will be the most direct way to level-up your skills.
Depending on your skills, the Journeyman Level may also be a good fit, especially if you’re looking to follow along defined builds vs building your own custom hardware. The Apprentice and Skills-only levels will likely be too simplistic for people at this skill level.
Members at this level may also wish to purchase weekly tutoring. This will provide in-depth guidance of the coursework or can be used to discuss non-CE projects.