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Ben Hencke (@im889) spoke with us about OHWS, Tindie, and blinking lights. Ben sells his Pixelblaze WiFi LED controller on his ElectroMage store on Tindie. It is based on the ESP8266 and uses the DotStar (APA102) lights. To hear John Leeman’s trip report on the Open Hardware Summit (OHWS), listen to Don’t Panic Geocast, Episode 140 – “Juicero of Tr…
 
Ben Hencke (@im889) spoke with us about OHWS, Tindie, and blinking lights. Ben sells his Pixelblaze WiFi LED controller on his ElectroMage store on Tindie. It is based on the ESP8266 and uses the DotStar (APA102) lights. To hear John Leeman’s trip report on the Open Hardware Summit (OHWS), listen to Don’t Panic Geocast, Episode 140 – “Juicero of Tr…
 
Kitty Yeung (@KittyArtPhysics) spoke with us about the superposition of quantum computing and fashion. If you want to learn more about quantum computing, check out Kitty’s series on Hackaday’s Quantum Computing Through Comics. Kitty works for Microsoft in Quantum Computing (@MSFTQuantum). Kitty’s art and fashion are available on her site, Art By Ph…
 
Roger Linn (@roger_linn) gave us new ideas about musical instruments, detailing how wonderful expressive control, 3D buttons, and keyscanning can be. Roger’s company is Roger Linn Design. We talked extensively about the LinnStrument, some about the AdrenaLinn for guitar, and only a little bit about the analog drum machine Tempest. A key matrix circ…
 
Roger Linn (@roger_linn) gave us new ideas about musical instruments, detailing how wonderful expressive control, 3D buttons, and keyscanning can be. Roger’s company is Roger Linn Design. We talked extensively about the LinnStrument, some about the AdrenaLinn for guitar, and only a little bit about the analog drum machine Tempest. A key matrix circ…
 
Dan Zimmerman (@dmz) spoke with us about voting, voting machines, building trust in software, and transparency. Dan works for Galois (https://galois.com/ , @galois) and Free and Fair (https://freeandfair.us/, @free_and_fair). He worked on the US Vote Foundation’s E2E-VIV Project on the Future of Voting. The artifacts from that project are on github…
 
Dan Zimmerman (@dmz) spoke with us about voting, voting machines, building trust in software, and transparency. Dan works for Galois (https://galois.com/ , @galois) and Free and Fair (https://freeandfair.us/, @free_and_fair). He worked on the US Vote Foundation’s E2E-VIV Project on the Future of Voting. The artifacts from that project are on github…
 
In a surprising turn of tables, Christopher White (@stoneymonster) joins the show as a guest to talk about his career, burnout, and musical instruments. Christopher attended Harvey Mudd College for his undergrad mathematics degree then got a Master’s degree in physics at San Jose State University. Some things he has worked on include: Multicast OSP…
 
In a surprising turn of tables, Christopher White (@stoneymonster) joins the show as a guest to talk about his career, burnout, and musical instruments. Christopher attended Harvey Mudd College for his undergrad mathematics degree then got a Master’s degree in physics at San Jose State University. Some things he has worked on include: Multicast OSP…
 
Kate Temkin (@ktemkin) explained USB: how to get started, general orientation, useful tools, and when you’d use it in embedded systems. Kate’s website is ktemkin.com. She works at Great Scott Gadgets. References for USB: USB in a Nutshell USB Complete by Jan Axelson USB Embedded Hosts: The Developer’s Guide by Jan Axelson USB Specification, Chapter…
 
Kate Temkin (@ktemkin) explained USB: how to get started, general orientation, useful tools, and when you’d use it in embedded systems. Kate’s website is ktemkin.com. She works at Great Scott Gadgets. References for USB: USB in a Nutshell USB Complete by Jan Axelson USB Embedded Hosts: The Developer’s Guide by Jan Axelson USB Specification, Chapter…
 
Philana Benton (@TechnoPHILiANA) spoke with us about mentoring: how to be a good mentor, what to expect, and what not to do. If you’d like to try mentoring, sign up for Philana’s DivTekSpace (divtekspace.org). You can do a resume review, a mock interview, give career advice, and/or refer students to your company. Philana’s home page is philanaaurel…
 
Joel Sherrill (JoelSherrill) spoke with us about choosing embedded operating systems and why open source RTEMS (RTEMS_OAR) is a good choice. Embedded #307: Big While Loop: Chris and Elecia talk about when and where they’d use RTOSs Embedded #93: Delicious Gumbo: Joel gave an introduction to the RTEMS RTOS Joel works at OAR Corp (oarcorp.com) on RTE…
 
Joel Sherrill (JoelSherrill) spoke with us about choosing embedded operating systems and why open source RTEMS (RTEMS_OAR) is a good choice. Embedded #307: Big While Loop: Chris and Elecia talk about when and where they’d use RTOSs Embedded #93: Delicious Gumbo: Joel gave an introduction to the RTEMS RTOS Joel works at OAR Corp (oarcorp.com) on RTE…
 
Jay Carlson (@jaydcarlson), author of The Amazing $1 Microcontroller, joined us to talk about comparing microcontrollers and determining our biases. This was an in-depth comparison of different micro features. Jay is an electrical engineer specializing in electronics design and embedded programming (contact). His blog is new and interesting. We tal…
 
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