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A simple introduction to network-attached storage (NAS)
22 March 2015 | Updated 26 April 2018
A network-attached storage (NAS) device is a stand-alone, specialised data storage server connected to a file sharing network. It is in the form of multiple hard drives, managed as one large drive. Nowadays, there are a lot of ‘smaller’, budget friendly NAS devices available.
What is Blender (3D)?
6 December 2018
Blender is a free 3D modelling software suite with a monkey named Suzanne as a mascot. It can be used for creating animated images, video animation, 3D print models, video games and much, much more. Sounds like fun?
ESP32 Development Boards for Wi-Fi communication
25 June 2017 | Updated 26 June 2017
The ESP32 microcontroller development board is a breakout board for the ESP32 microchip. It is a microcontroller board with various I/Os and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
White clouds, blue sky colour scheme
26 February 2019
The White Clouds, Blue Sky palette has 5 colours which are processed cyan , vivid cerulean , white, true blue and denim. It is a nice, clean classic colour scheme for creating sky colours in Blender and Photoshop.
Eclipse IDE for Python developers
7 December 2016 | Updated 31 October 2019
Eclipse IDE is a wonderful piece of free IDE software and Python is the language that makes many programmers very “excited” – so why not bring them together? Eclipse IDE added full functionality for Python developers through PyDev.