Rik's Ramblings

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

node.js on pcDuino

This looks interesting.  Nay, necessary!

Looks like the other primary way to program the pcDuino is to use Python.  A language I have yet to investigate.  Node is a much better choice for me, given the number of hours a week I've spent writing JavaScript.


Peformance may be the one concern.

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Intro to pcDuino (video)

As part of my ongoing attempt to archive pcDuino info before it disappears from the internet, here's a pcDuino introductory video. If necessary I'll make a copy and post on my own channel, should the original go down. But for now, SparkFun is the authority on pcDuino it seems...

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tariff on solar

Trump applies 30 per cent tariff on solar cell and module imports ... [in] a policy aimed at boosting domestic manufacturers of solar components.

Or, it's a move to make solar less competitive and encourage the switch back to coal.