Last year I made a robot using a single-board microcontroller and some connected circuit boards.
I don’t have an educational background that has anything to do with electronics and programming, but I love to make stuff.
In my first attempts to solder a circuit board with LEDs, I blew up capacitors, transistors and even LEDs. I asked myself several times: will this work? And in many cases the answer came after turning the device on (the answer had two letters).
When my robot was finally done, I made a video and while I was recording the video the LEDs stopped working (you can see this in this video).
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