February 5, 2023
on Christmas Countdown!
Sometime in 2016 I came up with an idea for a project: A Christmas ornament that counted the number of days, hours, minutes, and seconds until Christmas. But
I wrote a Nintendo Game
December 30, 2020
on I wrote a Nintendo Game
About six months ago, I wrapped up my formal schooling and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Software Engineering. My final course was a Senior Project
Bash Command Prompt Flair on a Mac
November 18, 2017
on Bash Command Prompt Flair on a Mac
A couple of months ago I was going through Apple's Introduction to Swift, wherein they mentioned that Swift's support of unicode allowed that you could use
Weekend Project – Ghost Message!
July 30, 2017
on Weekend Project – Ghost Message!
Many years ago, I thought it'd be a fun idea to have an RGB panel that would display game sprites on demand, connected to the internet, so people could display
Programming AVRs using a USBasp on a Mac
November 6, 2016
I loaned out my trusty USBTinyISP to a friend a while back and it was easier to go find an alternative than to coordinate schedules. So I bought a USBasp -
Early Morning Project: RasPi Zero Roomba
July 20, 2016
on Early Morning Project: RasPi Zero Roomba
I can't sleep. Instead of sleeping, I'm hacking robots. Last year during my winter holiday I wired up a Raspberry Pi to my Roomba, to drive it around and such.
Programming an nRF52 on a Mac
June 1, 2016
Several months ago, I went to promotional conference for a microcontroller on a whim. I'd heard about it the night before, and after some investigation
Weekend Project: Wireless outlet control
January 31, 2016
I mentioned briefly in my post about controlling LEDs with my Amazon Echo that I have some wireless outlet switches that I wanted to control. At the time I
Weekend Project: Amazon Echo LED Control
January 3, 2016
As I mentioned last week, I got an Amazon Echo for Christmas. The first time I heard about it I thought "Meh, I already have a phone that does that". Then I
HTTPS; Get yours today!
December 28, 2015
You've seen it before, that little lock next to the URL on a website. Typically, we associate it with banking, or online shopping, or something else that