Weekly Roundup number 45 saving you time with all the good stuff from Crowd Sourcing websites, AdaFruit, SparkFun, DFRobot, Seeed, my favourite Tindie and also other places that I’ve managed to find.
I’ve been asked this question a couple times. How do you program an Atmel SAM MCU without a boot loader or the Arduino IDE? In this video I’ll show you how to do this using Linux and an Atmel In-Circuit Debugger.
This MickMakeMail has the NanoPi Duo from the friendly guys, SiFive from an older mailbag, the MetaMotionR from mbientlab and best of all a music player for dementia patients. Woohoo!
This week’s Weekly Roundup is pretty quiet and a good thing too, since I’m up in the country for a bit of a break. I’m in the dog house at the moment, because I theoretically shouldn’t be working this week.
This week’s Weekly Roundup we’re seeing gesture sensors, ESP32, SBCs, Vehicle OBD boards and buck converters.
The EspressoBin is being marketed as a different type of SBC. How different is it and is that difference what you want? Find out in this video.
This week’s MickMake Mail has a bunch of stuff for a couple of planned projects; 3D printer from BangGood, Beelink AP34 from GearBest, DFRobot have sent me a bunch of kit, and then there’s the HTTM capacitive touch sensors… A lot of them!
This week’s Weekly Roundup is pretty special, because it’s episode number 42! It also has FPGAs, SBCs, even more FPGAs and something that goes up to 11.
This is the first video in the LinuxFu series designed to take you from knowing nothing about Linux to knowing everything. This first episode we’ll be looking at a bit of history, what Linux is and what makes it so special.
Another MickMake Mail! This time I have the #Rock64, #DLP2000, #VolksPC and a #FLiR dumpster dive! Sweet!