I added the following to
/Applications/Arduino.app/Contents/Java/hardware/arduino/avr/programmers.txt and restarted the Arduino IDE and magically, this seemed to work for me.
I’ve been inspired by my 4yo son to get back into some electronics for a spooky Halloween display we’re planning on setting up this year. Who am I kidding, my son has nothing to do with it. Anyway, I want to make a few cheap, but hopefully terrifying, effects for the yard and inside.
Controlling Vera home automation Z-Wave controller with Amazon Echo by running an emulator on a Raspberry Pi
This seems to be the easiest way to start something up on bootup of Rasperian…
Here’s the front-end development stack that I’m leaning towards for a new build that I’m contemplating (at this specific momement):
jekyll is a
ruby tool, I’m using
rake to manage it. Here’s my
This seems to work- it opens up the markdown file in vi (which I suppose is what my bash editor is set to) so that will take some getting used to - or I could cheat and not learn vi - which I’ve been putting off for about 20 years now.
Moving this site over to Jekyll
This is clever
After trying to sort out what a toolset should be for standard JS / HTML / possibly Node development, I’m narrowing on just using npm. Here’s the reference material that got me to this place: