Have you ever seen or written static methods in your company’s project? I’m sure that some of you did, because I often fell into static classes when I dug into most of the entreprises’ code I visited. The question is: Do you think it’s a good practice?
The vast majority of the unit tests we write mandates an initial context. This post is all about cleaning this initial part so the tests read like well written proses that go straight to the points. I give all the credits of this post to Elapse Technologies as this is a quick reference to one of their many blog entries.
I don’t like to spend money on new technologies if I already have all at home to do it myself. In this post, I will give all the information you need to use your Raspberry Pi as a music player that can be remotely controlled.
The project named ChessCam is finally completed! I was wondering if I would one day have the opportunity to play chess against the AI without using a keyboard or a mouse.
A couple of months ago, I made a web server with a Raspberry Pi. This current blog is hosted on my Pi right now. Unfortunately, SD cards have limited read-write access, which made my blog crash lamentably. The solution that I present in this post will show how to make your Pi boot and work exclusively on a HDD, which is way more reliable!
This is an overview of some testing possibilities in C.Net with Visual Studio.
Lindsay Kleeman presented a solution to a numerical rounding problem found in the Extended Kalman Filter. In this post, I summarize the paper by showing where the error is and how it can be solved.
In this post, I show how to get started: How to install ROS, how to make it fly, how to use a joystick using ROS and how to use OpenCV with ROS camera feeds. I also explain how to run ROS with Linux Mint.
This post shows how I managed to use a Firefly camera, from Point Grey, with a Gumstix under Linaro. I present how to use a regular mini-usb cable and hack it into an OTG cable, and I show how to make the gumstix accept a device that demands more power that gumstix’s OTG port can offer.
A Raspberry Pi is a cute gadget. It’s a computer that fits in your hand! I just bought one and I asked myself if it was possible to build my own server on this little piece of technology?