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I’ve been using Markdown all this time??

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

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?

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

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

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

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

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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