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I’ve been using Markdown all this time??

By Joe Schneider / December 31, 2020 /

Sometimes you need something lightweight for text files that doesn’t require all the fancy tools and formatting that is offered by other languages, such as HTML – but is still…

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Choosing an embedded development board

By Joe Schneider / September 16, 2020 /

Choosing a first development board can be daunting with so many choices. Here are some examples to give you an idea of what you could consider for your first board.…

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I want to write my first embedded program. Where do I start?

By Joe Schneider / August 7, 2020 /

The boom in the Internet of Things (IoT) commercial devices and hobbyist platforms like the Raspberry Pi and Arduino have created a lot of options, offering inexpensive platforms with easy…

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3 Lessons for Engineers Communicating With Customers

By Joe Schneider / August 5, 2020 /

Before working with Dojo Five, I had worked with teammates from different backgrounds, but never met or talked with customers. There’s more to it than status updates. Your customers may…

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Three Tips For New Engineers

By Joe Schneider / August 3, 2020 /

With a bachelor in Electrical Engineering and a few coding experiences, I started my job at Dojo Five. What’s waiting for me were demos and releases that surprised me with…

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How to Modify a File Using SED

By Joe Schneider / July 31, 2020 /

I started with a Microchip example and found out that one of the Makefiles generated by using the Makefile generator command, prjMakefilesGenerator has invalid paths. Therefore, I decided to use…

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How to Prevent Your Python Script From Getting Culture Shock in Different OS’s

By Joe Schneider / July 6, 2020 /

After hours of focusing, you finally finish writing a Python script for your project. It works perfectly on your computer and you pushed the changes to your favorite source control…

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