L2IoT ... IoT Networks without IP

IoT Networks without IP? Madness. But ... maybe ...

Talking MicroPython at PyConAU 2017 ...

PyCon 2017 in Melbourne!

MicroPython Sprints at PyConAU

Want to sprint on MicroPython?

Conferences in 2017 ...

Conferencing continues in 2017 ... LinuxConfAU, PyConAU and perhaps YOW

New New Static Blog Site

This site is now on Github Pages.

ESP32 Capacitive Sensors

The ESP32's capacitive sensors, and how to use them from MicroPython

"use pure"; in Javascript

a modest proposal for better javascript: like "use strict" but purer.

MicroPython!

I've been doing a lot of work on MicroPython ESP32 lately ...

LinuxConf 2017 in Hobart

I've been to LinuxConf before and I've been to Hobart before but this time I'm going to LinuxConf in Hobart, for the Open Hardware Miniconf

OMNICODE!

Unicode? Too simple! Try Omnicode!

MAC address resolution

Why can't I just ping this widget?

Micropython Utilities

some utility programs to copy and mount MicroPython filesystems from your computer

The Internet of (Not Shit) Things (at IoT Aus)

I did roughly the same talk again for IoT Aus

On Conferencing ...

So far in 2016 I've been to LinuxConf, PyConAU and Compose, and if it hadn't been the same weekend as PyCon I'd have gone to DDD as well. I've also been along to plenty of smaller meetups including MelbDjango and BuzzConf Nights. So why all this relentless conferencing?

Flobot: The Journey Continues

Flobot gets a rewrite into MicroPython, a new hardware platform and a lot more discussion ...

PyCon 2016 Melbourne

PyCon 2016 in Melbourne ...

a Virtual Load Balancer

The Internet of (Not Shit) Things

Trying to better understand the problems of the IoT by actually listening to its detractors.

The Internet of Toys: ESP8266, Flobot and Ciril

Postgres without SQL

So some ludicrous proportion of SQL these days is generated by one ORM or another. And all the cool kids have decided to move on to the next thing anyway. So that got me thinking ... when we talk to an SQL database through an ORM, we're turning a bunch of operations on objects into a human readable query language, then turning that back into a query plan. *Why?*

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