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"This seems like a nice introduction to using microcontrollers in a modern context using open and widely-available tools. It is difficult to find good resources for moving past the limiting Arduino tools which don't involve proprietary and often Windows-only tools.

This book uses GCC and an open-source STM32 programmer/debugger to teach about both FreeRTOS and the 'libopencm3' Cortex-M HAL, which looks promising."
Aug 10, 2018 10:29AM

 
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"It's interesting to read about how the mind and self is less a closed-off construct than a permeable extension of the cultural context through which it navigates.

But I am also having some trouble with this. I tend to agree with the author's conclusions, but the research presented seems to leave me with few options for being a genuinely helpful presence in any capacity.

I'm not sure what to do with that."
Jul 15, 2018 10:07PM

 

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This book uses GCC and an open-source STM32 programmer/debugger to teach about both FreeRTOS and the 'libopencm3' Cortex-M HAL, which looks promising.
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Joseph Conrad
“We felt meditative, and fit for nothing but placid staring.”
Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness

Walter Isaacson
“reality has an odd habit of catching up with satire.”
Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs

Terry Pratchett
“And that had led to all the trouble with How to Dynamically Manage People for Dynamic Results in a Caring Empowering Way in Quite a Short Time Dynamically. Ponder didn't know when this book would be written, or even in which world it might be published, but it was obviously going to be popular because random trawls in the depths of L-space often turned up fragments. Perhaps it wasn't even just one book.

And the fragments had been on Ponder's desk when Ridcully had been poking around.

Unfortunately, like many people who are instinctively bad at something, the Archchancellor prided himself on how good at it he was. Ridcully was to management what King Herod was to the Bethlehem Playgroup Association.

His mental approach to it could be visualized as a sort of business flowchart with, at the top, a circle entitled "Me, who does the telling" and, connected below it by a line, a large circle entitled "Everyone else."

Until now this had worked quite well, because, although Ridcully was an impossible manager, the University was impossible to manage and so everything worked seamlessly.

And it would have continued to do so if he hadn't suddenly started to see the point in preparing career development packages and, worst of all, job descriptions.”
Terry Pratchett, The Last Continent

J.R.R. Tolkien
“I cordially dislike allegory in all its manifestations, and always have done so since I grew old and wary enough to detect its presence. I much prefer history – true or feigned– with its varied applicability to the thought and experience of readers. I think that many confuse applicability with allegory, but the one resides in the freedom of the reader, and the other in the purposed domination of the author.”
J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring

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“Real stupidity beats artificial intelligence every time.”
Terry Pratchett, Hogfather

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