I’m a native speaker of Polish. But I’m also a developer, so most of my computers are set to English language (for ease of searching the Web when something breaks) with Polish formats and keyboard layouts (so my dates are 08/11, my hours are 13:05 and I can type zażółć gęślą jaźń whenever I want to). Now I’ve added a third language to the mix.
I made an electronic Pomodoro timer from scratch. Read on for a story on software, PCB design, production and assembly, with a sprinkling of inevitable catastrophe.
Around September last year the fourth memory card in a row failed in the Raspberry Pi 3 that powered my home setup. I canvassed the house for parts, threw together a Frankenstein-style monstrosity, built what became Jarvis on it and called it a day. Since then the use case expanded - so it’s time for an upgrade.
tmux is an absolutely fantastic piece of software, and one I use daily - even to write this blog! So, here’s my short letter of appreciation to
“Ruby’s dying, man”, they keep telling me. “Besides, it’s OOP, and that’s so 2013, functional programming is all the rage now. Oh, and there’s this new kid on the blog, it’s called Elixir. It’s functional programming for the avid Rubyist!"
In this final episode of the series, we’ll take a look at deploying our Single Page Application to Amazon Web Services Simple Storage Service (or S3).
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