Raspberry Pi's PWM Demystified (WIP)Posted on 21 Mar 2018
In this article, I cover the practical use of a 2-variable equation solver to find optimal parameters for the Raspberry Pi's native PWM driver which depends on on a clock divider and a range register. This has been the source of countless discussions in online forums and this article aims to clear some of the confusion caused by both, lack of information and the complexity of the problem.
Using LIRC on the Raspberry Pi 3 (Raspbian Stretch)Posted on 11 Mar 2018
Updated guide on how to use LIRC on the Pi to read and write IR signals
A proper Yocto image for the Raspberry PiPosted on 23 Dec 2017
The objective today is to build a Yocto image for the Raspberry Pi
Working with the fantastic Trinket M0Posted on 21 Dec 2017
Using the Trinket M0 by AdaFruit
A Small Redmine Maintenance GuidePosted on 27 Nov 2017
This guide covers basic administration tasks for a Windows Bitnami Redmine Installation and Upgrade steps.
Modern IT Infrastructure: A Practical GuidePosted on 11 Mar 2017
My small guide to modern IT infrastructure
Configure Sophos UTM NICs via the CLIPosted on 07 Mar 2017
Sometimes you restore a backup or accidentally disable a NIC in your firewall deployment
ASP.NET Session State with SQL AzurePosted on 17 Feb 2017
Uptdated guide to SQL Azure Session State for ASP.NET Web Applications
Windows Server 2016 Anonymous File and Printer SharingPosted on 24 Jan 2017
Creating anonymous Windows Shares for printers
Multiple IPSec Policy Routes in Windows AzurePosted on 03 Jan 2017
A guide on how to setup multiple site-to-site IPsec connections between Sophos UTMs and Windows Azure
FFME is a close (and I'd like to think better) drop-in replacement for Microsoft's WPF MediaElement Control. While the standard MediaElement uses DirectX (DirectShow) for media playback, FFME uses FFmpeg to read and decode audio and video.
A tiny, cross-platform, module based, MIT-licensed web server for .NET Framework and .NET Core.
The Raspberry Pi's IO Functionality in an easy-to-use API for .NET (Mono/.NET Core). Our mission is to make .NET a first-class citizen in the Python-centric community of Raspberry Pi developers.
SWAN stands for Stuff We All Need. It is a collection of classes and extension methods that we (and other good developers) have written and evolved over the years.
A very cool, Web-based RGB LED strip controller for the Raspberry Pi