My first attempts at programming STM32 chip as a "experienced" Arduino programmer (spoiler alert - I like it!)
In recent warm days, my NAS was being very loud, and due to recent events, cost of electricity went through the roof. So I've decided to purchase a smaller, more efficient NAS system. In this post, we'll look at Odroid HC-4
A very detailed and beginner-friendly guide on how to install Ubuntu Server edition on any machine. Every step is very well documented, explained, and even if you have never installed Linux before, you should be able to do this without any problems.
Apple presented new products on Apple Event, that took place online on 14th of September, 2021. I have just recently started using some Apple products, as a long time Apple hater. This is my look and first impressions on revealed products.
Wheter you're designing SMPS, DAC or simple sine-wave generator, you'll always end up using calculator and spending at least half an hour burried in some datasheet. And what's worst is, when the part you've chose and studied turns out to be a bad choice. Or, you just need to know what resistors to use to set proper gain, what diode to use to set correct reference voltage or if you need to considerate mounting heatsink to your power component. OctoPart doesn't help you with this, and as far as I know, there isn't any tool that does that.
Google is now telling developers, which words we should use in code in order to stay "gender friendly", "politically neutral" and whatever. This rant is all about that - why mixing politics, gender neutrality and these kind of stuff with programming is nonsense, and some cherry picks from that list.
Another existentional moment, this time talking about how we, as a species, are dependant on so many things, that one simple breakdown of one of many things in our society chain can destroy everything. Fictional story included.
Raspberry Pi Pico has 2 cores - that's 1 more than most of hobby devboards. I am fascinated by multicore software, and the fact that one chip can process multiple things at once indepedently. So I have decided to venture into the lands of multicore programming and made some examples on how to program multicore C programs for Pico. Also, there are some cool things like intercore communication explained.
A full review of Raspberry Pi Pico. We'll go over features, differences from other RPis and other devboards, and a quick setup guide. I'll also explain difference between Micropython a C, and what are the caveats of using each one of them.
This one should be about how we as humanity evolved. How all of us has literally all the knowledge of a humankind at nonstop disposal, and what have we created. A text that I've produced during existentional crysis breakdown.