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Understanding the Java versions and platforms
26 February 2020
For some new software developers, Java is not just overwhelming, but its platforms can also be confusing. This post points out the different Java platforms in the form of versions, architectural variations, patch updates and editions.
Getting started with PyCharm (for new Python developers)
21 November 2019 | Updated 8 December 2019
One can’t go wrong with choosing Python to learn as their first programming language. This post will show how to get started with PyCharm, an IDE for Python and Scientific development.
Getting started with private projects on Raspbian and Bitbucket
28 October 2018
Bitbucket is a great alternative to Github to start, store and track simple programming dependant project files. On a Raspberry Pi it can be simply done using Raspbian. In addition to Github, projects uploaded to Bitbucket with less than 6 contributors can be kept private and won’t cost a cent.
Using the Arduino IDE to program the ESP8266
12 October 2018
After several steps of preparation, the ESP8266 can finally be programmed. Fortunately this step has been made fairly simple by using, what is a familiar platform for many, the Adruino IDE. This post will show how to upload a few variations of the basic Blink sketch to an ESP-01 together with the wiring of LEDs.
The 4 basic sections of an Arduino sketch
18 September 2018 | Updated 12 October 2018
When using the Arduino IDE to program Arduino or Arduino-like microcontrollers, there are 4 basic sections that each sketch should have. They are the comment section, the variables section, the setup section and the loop section.
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