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One click deploy for MakeCode and the amazing AdaFruit Circuit Playground Express

There’s a ton of great open source hardware solutions out there. Often they’re used to teach kids how to code, but their also fun for adults to learn about hardware! Ultimately that “LED Moment” can be the start of a love affair with open source hardware and software! Arduino is […]

What I Learned from Watching My iPad’s Slow Death

Nothing reveals the curious disposability of consumer technology more than this feeble, aging device. Continue reading on New York Times Magazine » Please follow and like us:0GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile […]

These self-destructing electronics can turn your data to dust on command

A radio signal tells the components to vaporize. Continue reading on Popular Science » Please follow and like us:0GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile app development and IoT. http://copypasteprogrammers.com

These self-destructing electronics can turn your data to dust on command

A radio signal tells the components to vaporize. Continue reading on Popular Science » Please follow and like us:0GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last 6 years. Currently focusing on mobile app development and IoT. http://copypasteprogrammers.com

What to learn to become a good embedded design engineer

Electronic Components [Image Credit : Pexels ] What to learn to become a good embedded design engineer I have a personal blog on Instagram and few weeks back many of my followers expressed interest in understanding, how one could become a good embedded design engineer, so here is a short recipe 🙂 Start with […]

The RDA5981, an ESP8266 Competitor?

Over the last few years, the ESP8266 has become the “third community” of the maker electronics world, right alongside the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi. Initially marketed as a Serial-to-WiFi adaptor, it came with firmware supporting a simple AT command set to configure and control the wireless module. What most […]

Confessions of a PCB Designer — Tetris Placement (or how to embed components)

We’ve covered both sides of the board with parts and even plated the edges. Now what? Smaller parts? The bypass caps under the devices are so small that I can “see” them better with my fingertip than with my eyes. These little braille bumps could just as easily (or almost […]