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What’s your take on software updates?
Posted:16/10/2014,04:17:53 PM by Jack Ganssle
This was supposed to be a blog about a conference I attended a few weeks ago. The article was brilliantly crafted, filled with soaring prose and elegant metaphors, a sure-fire Pulitzer winner. I wrote it on the plane back from the show on my Macbook Pro. Someday I’ll write about my backup ....
Solving your analogue meter woes
Posted:15/10/2014,04:10:59 PM by Clive Maxfield
I am the luckiest of lucky little scamps. Why so? Well, I don’t think we need to dwell on my legendary good looks. Also, the fact that I'm a trend-setter and leader in fashion goes without saying. What I'm talking about is the way in which the fates seem to throw the dice of life so ....
Dr. Duino succeeded!
Posted:15/10/2014,04:01:45 PM by Clive Maxfield
Do you remember my recent blog about the Dr. Duino diagnostic shield that you can use to diagnose problems in your Arduino Uno and chipKIT Uno32 shield stacks?     Designed by Guido Bonelli Jr., this little scamp was a successfully funded Kickstarter Project. Well, I was just rootin....
Oven reveals flip side of thermal management
Posted:10/10/2014,05:01:49 PM by Bill Schweber
Heat dissipation is often tied with power usage; that's not news. But sometimes, in our focus on minimising power consumption and thus subsequent dissipation, we forget that there are situations where properly managed dissipation is the whole point of the design.   This became very cle....
Through the prism glasses
Posted:09/10/2014,07:38:29 PM by Clive Maxfield
In many respects, my wife (Gina The Gorgeous) and I are not always on the same page when it comes to our television viewing pleasure.   For example, Gina is "glued to the set" when it comes to programs like Dance Moms and 19 Kids and Counting, which I regard as absolute dross. Con......
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