Good Morning, today is Christmas! Looking at our tree it was time to recreate something I saw online where you would perform a long exposure of the tree while adjusting the zoom ring.
this was a bit dark so had to adjust aperture
With my first attempt I dialed in the camera to f22, a 6 second exposure, . . .
Pdf pdf, oh the pdf. Every now and again I have to deal with a pdf file and do something with it. Today was converting it to an image. Now usually I just fire up preview on the mac and export as an image. Today let's find another way a way that is on windows. After a quick google search stack overflow was to the rescue and pointed towards . . .
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Tonight I am going to install dot net core on os x. There is an official guide on the github page that looks promising so let's go through the steps and see where we end up.
The guide relies on homebrew which helps easily install packages for os x. If you need to install it simply run the command.
ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL . . .
In my pi adventures I think it is time to swap out to a larger microSd card. I was able to pick up a class 10 32gb microSd card for about $12 dollars.
about 3.6gb free on the stock sd card that was in my kit
Since I am late to this game off to google to find a suitable guide. This describes . . .
This week I read about homebridge. This immediately peaked my interest in my adventures with the Raspberry Pi. I wonder if I could ask siri to flash the led? I suppose the easiest way is to see if we can get homebridge setup based on the readme.md.
sudo npm install -g homebridge
After a few seconds I ran the command
homebridge . . .
Previously I tried out the pi-gpio package to get my led to flash, but wanted to explore other options. After a bit of searching around the internets I stumbled upon wiringPi and a corresponding node wrapper.
The documentation didn't have any apparent quick start examples but after reading a few examples. I clobbered together an . . .
I have been using
nano for my early development musing for the raspberry pi now it is time to find another way. I like WebStorm so let's see how I can deploy a small express app to the raspberry.
from the guide on expressjs
var express = require('express'); var app = express(); . . .
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