Dear Readers!

I have completed a second course on PLCs, which wasn’t particularly long from a watching perspective, but it was well compensated on the actual learning side. How is that possible, one might ask, and the answer is rather simple. This was all about applying the knowledge gained in the previous course, or more precisely, the whole thing didn’t consist of anything else but presenting the viewer with various small automation tasks to be solved. Some of the tasks include creating an inventory manager or a filling station, but there were other smaller tasks as well, like creating logic for sensor calibration, a pump protection, etc, all of which could probably be incorporated later into real projects. All of the tasks feel real, and I think this is a great way to make all previously learned concepts sink in. All in all, I’m really happy with this course, as it already gave me a glimpse of what a real automation task could look like. Highly recommended course.

As always, thanks for reading.