The last Weekly Roundup of the year and that means it’s Christmas time. If you live up top, then Christmas is all about snow falling, wood fires and generally trying to get warm. But I’m from down-under, where Christmas time Continue reading Weekly Roundup #49: New Maker Products
This week’s Weekly Roundup is chock full of SBCs and I’m not going to mention that word that flags my videos with YouTube as being inappropriate.
Despite desperately needing a haircut and a shave, the Weekly Roundup is here. This time we have lots of SBCs. Really a whole bucket load and a couple of other interesting things.
Seems there’s a new Information Technology video out! Wonder if it’ll be funny? Speaking of Information Technology, Weekly Roundup #46 is here with a couple of new SBCs, interesting gossip and a bit of clowning around.
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.
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.
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 week’s Weekly Roundup is a bit quiet. A few SBCs from some new comers, motor drivers, power control boards, a rogue teapot and I know at least one of my subs is keeping track of how many times I Continue reading Weekly Roundup #41 – New Maker Products
In Weekly Roundup #40 we’re seeing sensors, wireless, SBCs and the demise of a Polish physicist.
Back from vacation and this Week’s Roundup is chock full of stuff! Lot’s of SBCs, plus #LibreComputer #SandmanDoppler #Parral #BuzzBox #tinyLiDAR #NanoPi @h3droid #tinyFPGA.
This week’s Weekly Roundup shows us lots of FPGA boards, more ESPs and the demise of a Polymath, Inventor and a random guy getting annoyed at caloric theory.