June 2013

Remote controlled boat using the Raspberry Pi with an Arduino

In the last 8 weeks or so I was working together with 3 other students researching some of the possibilities of the Raspberry Pi and what it could offer the school for future education and research purposes. The results of the many small research subjects came together in a remote controlled boat. Sadly due to …

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FPComplete: the School of Haskell

A cool site I recently ran into is https://www.fpcomplete.com/school, which aims to teach you functional programming using Haskell. I’ve been toying with Haskell on and off for the last couple of years but haven’t really gotten further than that. Perhaps by going through some of the articles on FPComplete I can get my Haskell skill …

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Why I won’t develop a Maximus for Monkey

I had originally planned for this post to be a bit different, but due to recent events the idea of a (or my) module manager for Monkey has become obsolete. Not too long ago I asked around Twitter, the BlitzMax and Monkey forums to see if there was any interest in a module manager for …

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Installing HiPi on Raspberry Pi – Beware the date and time!

I’m currently in a small research group to see what the Raspberry Pi can mean for my school. Basically we’re checking out its features and capabilities. Our eventual goal is to create a remote controlled boat with a tracking camera on top of it. Since Perl is my language of choice I decided to see …

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