I don't normally do forums, but this is the exception, looks like a great community of people doing things. I'm from central Ohio where the corn and soybeans grow. I am a Tool Maker and have been running machines cutting chips for 35 years now. My first successful programing was a 2 axis CNC milling machine in the 80s, hand data input from hand drawn pictures of geometry and a Casio pocket calculator to do the trig on. Later, CAD-Computer Aided Design and CAM-Computer Aided Machining to design tooling and program the 3 and 4 axis CNC machines with. Machine Tool code is rooted in the late 50s-early 60s at-least, archaic stuff. I've had just a little time with Libert-Basic, long enough to get some serial data out of a CMM - Coordinate Measuring Machine into a CAD system on a PC (somewhat basic) and that's about it.
Other interest are Amateur Radio and Electronics, which brings me here. I bought a TI-Voyage 200 to load electronics formula in so I could go to one place to get refreshed, and get it right, things like Ohms Law, capacitive and inductive reactance, and the such in the hope that if I can run the formula correctly it will be a learning aid in electronics. I've got TI Connect and TI Editor running on the PC and have got a few programs up and downloaded from the Voyage, and have found a learning curve that I don't want to do by myself, so here I am. Looks like allot of fun.
Thanks to everyone in advance for being here, I hope I can be a help someday.