Hmmm, for the most part it looks like new folks introduce themselves then go off to learn (reads take things apart, put them back together as new/different things).
Like many, I've joined because I'm new to the Pi world. Better! my son and I are. My intention is we find (or think up) projects and build them together. Saying that, last night he fires up our first Pi, a 3. Anyone out there know what the face of a nine year old looks like when is sees that raspberry on the desktop for the first time? Magical....
Bit of irony...
I was in the navy for 20 years, as an electronics technician (no clue where my multimeter is).
Picked up my BS in CIS (that's Computer information Systems to the lovely British folks
Ya I know, you have one too, but yours only take three years, not four (hey, how could I hope to code anything if I hadn't had that french and Caribbean culture class in my senior year!).
Ironic part happens....
For the life of me, all the new languages, terms (I2C, IoT etc...) is proving either how little attention I paid in college, or things have changed, a lot!!
Very happy to have stepped through the door
This Saturday he and I are headed to our first raspberry Jam in NJ.
Ohh, and like one or two others in here...
I'm likely to ask several questions. I do promise to have done research first though