Azure IoT Hubs with Raspberry Pi and Node.js – Circuit

Azure IoT Hubs with Raspberry Pi and Node.js - Circuit This post will walk you through building the circuit necessary to follow along with the Azure IoT Hubs with Raspberry Pi and Node.js talk. You can find more information on the talk itself right here: Azure IoT Hubs with Raspberry Pi and Node.js The completed [...]

By | 2018-03-02T09:42:30+00:00 February 28th, 2018|Azure, Blog, Development, Hardware, IoT, Javascript, Node.js, Raspberry Pi, Web|0 Comments

Using the Raspberry Pi with Azure IoT Hubs and Node.js – Initial Setup

What's this blog post all about? As part of my workshop on using the Raspberry Pi with Azure IoT Hubs using Node.js, we'll spend some time getting your Raspberry Pi setup ready for the Workshop. There are several steps involved in this process and the whole process can take roughly an hour and a [...]

By | 2018-03-02T09:51:32+00:00 January 16th, 2018|Azure, Development, Git, IoT, Javascript, Node.js, Raspberry Pi, Scripts, Web|0 Comments

Graphics in Assembler for the SAM Coupé

Introduction The Next Step Continuing my series on Assembler for the SAM Coupé, where in the first post we introduced the various principles required to get started with Assembly Language Programming. We'll now be looking at Graphics and Sprites and how to start showing Graphics on the screen. If you haven't caught up on [...]

SAM Coupé Assembly Language Programming

Introduction What we're doing So you're interested in Assembly Language Programming, and you want to know how to get started down this path on the SAM Coupé? You're in the right place! I'll be taking you through, step by step, in how to get the right tools, get your development tools setup, create some [...]

By | 2017-11-14T12:27:36+00:00 September 24th, 2017|Assembly Programming, Development, Retro, SAM Coupe|0 Comments

To comment or not to comment… That is the (eternal) question….

This seems to be a contentious subject, at least with the few people I've spoken to... and I seem to be on the "losing side" as it were... I can certainly see both sides of argument, however, for me at least, I comment the hell out of my code! The reason I do this is [...]

By | 2017-11-15T13:01:06+00:00 January 8th, 2017|Design, Development, Discussion, Tips|0 Comments