I took advantage of this time to learn many things online, some on agriculture and farming, some on electronics and the internet of things, a little artificial intelligence, and some on futures designs. I saw many tutorials on how to take care of spinach, and other small tips for growing food at home. While with the Arduino I started experimenting with my own sensors, designing my interfaces, servers, and networks to carry out my digital fabrication project. This self-learning, made me advance a lot with my electronic skills, losing the fear of trying, experiencing, and correcting errors that were frequent before. Mixing several tutorials taught me different things, which complemented knowledge that served me for others. I tried to start connecting my Arduino with my raspberry, my raspberry to a screen, my Node MCU with my computer, and this made me understand how things worked between them.
On the other hand, I began to upload content more frequently to my networks about my experiments with Arduino and the care of my plants, and that caused many people to ask me questions about it, which allowed me to share knowledge with others. People sent me photos of what they were growing, shared tips, tricks, or asked me if I knew why their plant did not grow, how to plant them better or how much water they should give them. The same thing happened with the videos that I had uploaded from my programming or Arduino experiments, so people started asking me how I had done them, what had been my experience with the type of sensor I was using, and so on, and they all liked them. I was able to share my documentation so they could replicate it. Also in communities such as Instructables, modern geek tutorials, and others, I was able to start commenting on people's projects, telling them how I had executed them and if I had modified or improved their code or system in any way. Also, what used to be my permaculture communities, Valldaura and Connecthort, had become WhatsApp groups in which we all shared information, links, questions, and more, related to agriculture. Everything that was previously physical and required contact, was finding a way to virtualize without leaving home, generating a different type of connection.