Category Archives: Hardware

DevOps on Mobile

The word on the street is DevOps. There’s technology out there to make both developers’ and sysadmins’ lives easier and more intertwined, such as: Containerization: packaging software in a lightweight virtualization container with a low overhead, with bonuses in maintainability … Continue reading

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Measuring temperature and humidity with a JeeNode

In a previous article we looked at the Arduino. Now we will look at an (almost) Arduino compatible clone, the JeeNode. It is a bit smaller and cheaper than the original version and operates at 3.3V instead of 5V. This … Continue reading

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Programming the Arduino ethernet shield

The Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It features an IDE that allows you to program the Arduino using a standard USB cable. Several shields exist that extend the functionality of the … Continue reading

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