Monthly Archives: November 2014

Implementing time-outs (safely)

Thyme is a herb that grows in gardens.

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Bungee coding

For the last few weeks, I’ve been doing what you might call bungee coding: going from high-level to low-level code and back. This week, a whole team is doing it — fun!

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Adding SPI support to the BrainF interpreter

While at Chicago’s O’Hare airport, waiting for my connecting flight to Reno, I had a bit of time to start coding on my BrainF interpreter again — once I had found an outlet, that is1. My goal was to add … Continue reading

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Vlinder Software announces the first release candidate for Arachnida version 2.3

Arachnida is an HTTP(S) server an client framework for embedded devices. It supports HTTP/1.1 and makes it easy to integrate an HTTP server into your application, on devices that may not have a file system. In this release, we’ve introduced … Continue reading Continue reading

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Miss(ed) Communication

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