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May 31, 2007
Individual of modest ability.
News - Enginursday: Battle of th…
about 2 months ago
Thank you for creating the Hookup Guides and updating the libraries. I live and die by those things!
News - T³: Hot Wheels Speed Tra…
about 3 months ago
If you’re not hearing a sonic boom from the hot wheels car, please check the units. Video shows 577.59 m/s in first frame and Speed of sound is 343 m/s - or did I mess that up? Otherwise it’s lovely!
about 5 months ago
This now supports OS-X and Linux. But check first, as this may only apply to some serial numbers (hardware versions).
News - Pride, Inclusion and Make…
about 6 months ago
Thanks Nick! It would be better if the norm was more inclusive and safe. Until then, thanks for highlighting these resources!
News - Enginursday: Open Source …
about 7 months ago
Thank you Brent for taking the time to write this up! It will take some time to go through, but i do appreciate having a well developed introduction!
Have a great weekend!
News - Enginursday: Blynk Board …
about 9 months ago
I didn’t use this specific board, but can add to the other review that it goes well with the Blynk services. Happy to!
I bought my first mobile phone just to use this tool! Two (2) additional lines of code and i can check that i remembered to close the garage door without biking back up the hill.
I can understand the desire for the energy system. It has a work-around for the high volume use, as the server software is open source. And the hardware doesn’t need to use the Blynk libraries or server. It’s really just an ESP8266 board isn’t it?
Perhaps i drank the blynk'n kool aid, but from my perspective subscription concern is moot.
News - Edison SIK Giveaway winne…
about 10 months ago
Thank you King of Graphic Design Pete, for the awesome image of the conceptual cage match!
News - Headers or No Headers?
about 11 months ago
It’s not that hard to find the headers. The suggested items usually have the right ones.
I worry more about driving the picker-people over the edge into a darkness from which they cannot escape.
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