Using the small development board, a webjob, a database and website we can remotely monitor sensor data from our MXChip.
Good software needs a purpose, the rest is just extra.
I have a confession ... I am not an "ideas" person This post is a mix of me blathering on, bits of dotnet core C# code, bits of swift code and a final conclusion... if you just want to skip to the end for the tl-dr click here. A lot of people's views of software... Continue Reading →
My Take on the Connected Pi (Part 1)
Inspiration I have got about three Raspberry Pis knocking about my house, all in various states of incomplete projects. I love to play with them, and get things working, but I never seem to finish the projects as they always seem to involve a bit of extra tech/resources that I don't have. But recently I... Continue Reading →
Setting up a Raspberry Pi
Getting Started First things, first. Setting up the Raspberry Pi from scratch. There are a load of tutorials and resources on the official site for doing this. You could always download NOOBS (their 'starter' version of the operating system, which is a simple copy and paste onto a memory card, then following some on screen instructions... Continue Reading →