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Comment on Four Short Links is moving by brat pungoo

Outstanding experience regardsDigital camera’s Queen

Comment on Four short links: 21 April 2016 by ytzpzvgk

Duh. “DRM tech” is just encryption. So to repurpose it is no big deal. Sheesh.

Comment on Four short links: 1 April 2016 by Bleyddyn apRhys

I’m still not sure if this is an April Fool’s post or not, but it’s still cool to see one of my favorite hobbies (EVE Online) show up in one of my favorite daily tech-news-link-posts.

Comment on Four short links: 23 March 2016 by Shawn H Corey

The third one was known since 1914. In 1914, Henry Ford raised the wages of his employees from $2.25 to $5.00 an hour. That year, he sold 300,000 cars, more than all the other car manufacturers combined. The next year, he sold 500,000 cars. With that base, the American economy when into an economic boon we now call the Roaring Twenties.

Comment on Four short links: 16 March 2016 by trula schock

My children were looking for a form last year and saw an online service with 6 million forms . If people are interested in it too , here’s http://anh.cs.luc.edu/python/hands-on/3.1/Hands-onPythonTutorial.pdf.

Comment on Peter Hoddie on JavaScript for embedded systems by John Terrence

Maybe you’re right, and NEST just put much higher value on fast development. But either way, with the esp8266/esp32 being able to run javascript at at low cost(while the c/c++ drivers will be provided by platform), maybe the cost wont be an issue. But sure, javascript isn’t ideal(power consumption, garbage collection, bug prevention). But the...

Comment on Peter Hoddie on JavaScript for embedded systems by Apan

I don’t have any details, bbut it seems that the original processor supplier is no longer working with NEST, but how the new choice compares to old one I have no idea. I’m of course just guessing, but my money is on the guess that they for some reason value the much faster development times. But given the number of devices reportedly sold, I’m guessing...

Comment on Peter Hoddie on JavaScript for embedded systems by John Terrence

>> The NEST thermostat being the perfect example of a system built on over-the-top HW to drive a software stack that looks way too expensive for what it’s actually doing. The point is that they we’re first with something unique(and maybe hard to build),and as a result they have a great brand and they won a lot of clients and now they have...

Comment on Peter Hoddie on JavaScript for embedded systems by Jarejarl

Won’t somebody please think of the battery life!

Comment on Peter Hoddie on JavaScript for embedded systems by Apan

As usual, it’s all about where you draw the line. Is a Cortex A based system with 500 MB RAM or more that runs linux and embedded system? Yes, probably.. And there’s the answer to your question. There’s no need for device drivers etc, because you have a full OS beneath your application code. This means that prototyping of certain types of applications...

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