In order to be well prepared, how can I successfully join an electronics factory after graduating at the age of 35?
Learn from fixing keyboards(it’s a joke)
The keyboard I using is the ErgoDox, an ergonomically split keyboard. More details about ErgoDox can be found in my previous answer.
(former keycap color scheme + hand rest).
After seven or eight years of work, it has been into the water, into the coffee, but also into the soy milk, now finally a few keys are not flexible, pressed a sticky feeling, can not provide a smooth coding feel.
After a few months of using a back up Filco, I finally made up my mind to get the ErgoDox fixed.
- Soldering Iron
- Solder Sucker
- Key Shaft
- Seiko Screw Driver Kit
- Key Puller
- Cherry Key Switch Puller
For those without soldering experience, you can learn how to soldering.
I have that feeling of typing smoothly again ~
Youthfulness is back~
Finally, I’d like to share my ErgoDox Layout configuration:
- alswl/ergodox-firmware/blob/master/src/keyboard/ergodox/layout/alswl-layout.c My layout configuration, Five layouts：Normal / Funtion Key / Number Pad / MediaKey / Arrow
- alswl/ergodox-firmware/blob/master/src/main.c#L127 configuration for LED, lighting on to indicated the different layout
- alswl/teensy_loader_clialswl/teensy_loader_cli teensy loader cli works for macSO, the ofiicial binary not works when press the reset button
If you get something out of it, give it a like.