In our travels about the Internets we have came across many a helpful website. It is with much joy and satisfaction we share them with you now.
Electro Schematics is a treasure trove of projects (1089 electronics projects and circuits) we are sure will lead you further down the hobby electronic rabbit hole.
All About Circuits One of the largest online electrical engineering communities. A positive, open community of electronics geeks that enjoy sharing knowledge and ideas.
Talking Electronics – The legendary Aussie Colin Mitchell‘s website. This was what started it all for a generation of electronic hobbyists and future electronic engineers.
Instructables is a community driven website that has tutorials (ibles) and how-tos on anything you can imagine. Electronics is only a part of what is covered.
The title kind of says it all. If it’s electronics, it’s here. I tend to agree. Based in India this website covers almost every aspect of electronics. It’s worth it to (free) register with them for total access.
Let’s Make Robots is a total robotic community. Registration with allows you to actively share projects, news, videos and more.
Embedded Lab: An online teaching laboratory for Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems. A very good website heavy on microcontroller use in many projects.
Electronics Hub has a large selection of projects, circuits, and information that will prove quite helpful to hobbyists.
Arduinos are the main focus at tronixstuff. In fact they have over 50 Arduino tutorials.
David L. Jones is an electronics design engineer based in Sydney Australia. He hosts the EEVblog, the world’s largest and most popular engineering video blog and Youtube channel. In each episode he shares some of his 20+ years experience in the electronics design industry in his unique non-scripted naturally enthusiastic and passionate style.