On May 30, 2013, I sat behind a microphone with four friends and talked about Drupal. Four hundred episodes later, the Talking Drupal podcast is stronger than ever. The show is different and still the same. Over the past ten years, some of the hosts have changed, and the format has changed.
Microcontrollers are single purposes devices that run unattended. Consider the following microcontroller mission:
Back in 2019, I switched this website to WordPress. Today, stephencross.com is running on Drupal.
Microcontroller Introduction with Raspberry Pi Pico is for beginners interested in home automation, robots, or IoT (Internet of Things). Microcontrollers are the brains behind most electronic devices. They are everywhere; in your washing machines, cameras, security alarms, smart devices, traffic lights, and more.
It's possible to develop Drupal websites on a Raspberry Pi, and the performance is pretty good considering the specs of this sub $75 computer.
SSH Agent Forwarding is used to share ssh keys with a remote computer.
As long as I've been using SSH, I only recently started using SSH Config.
I'm a Linux desktop user and have been for three years. A driving reason for my switch from Mac to Linux was performance. As a LAMP stack web developer, using Docker-based tools for local development is a must. A nagging problem for developers is the performance of Docker on macOS, specifically file system performance.
This project uses the Circuit Playground Express to create a visual thermometer. The current temperature is measured and represented with LEDS.
In the article, "Raspberry Pi — Expanding My Mind with the GPIO," I describe my discovery of the Raspberry Pi GPIO and my first project using it. While my second project, Mouse Shake, is a small step forward in complexity, I use it daily. It's exciting to make something useful.