July 2021

Night light - Arduino project

Time flows, and as it flows, I managed to force myself to make this video tutorial for ArduinoThis time the theme is a circuit that turns the night light on or off based on the brightness of the room. This is a nice thing, especially when there are small children in the house, so it is necessary for the light to be turned on at all times. Of course, there is also a modification of this circuit, so that it can be used for, say, street lighting. The positive aspects of such a project can be easily seen and enumerated.

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Udemy JavaScript certificate

After a lot of time, I managed to listen and do the final project on one of (in my opinion) the best JavaScript courses on the Udemyplatform. This is the course "The complite JavaScript Course 2021: From Zero to Hero" by Jonas Schmedtmann (I hope I translated his name well). I might not have written about the certificate itself and this particular lecturer, but my enthusiasm for his approach to the course, how it was designed, what it encompasses, as well as the way he explains, certainly influenced the decision to write this text. The very fact that the course contains less than 70 hours of video material speaks of its substantiality.

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Improving performance on ArchLinux

ArchLinux as a distro gives quite a lot of freedom to the end user to configure the entire system. Starting with the installation that is done from the console (there are TUI and GUI variants, but I'm talking about the basic one), through the post-installation procedure, the user has to adjust everything himself in order to have a functional system, working environment, etc. In this text, I will mention one item, and that is improving the performance of classic hard drivesI will have to quote and publish one by one, because one text cannot cover everything.

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Hello (Arduino) world - flashing LED

Some time ago, I started to discover a new area in programming and electronics, it's about the Internet of Things, a little more precisely about microprocessors and microcontrollers. As I announced in the first text on the blogone of my target areas is Arduino and it's time for the first post! This text is different from the others, this time in addition to the text, video material for the first project is included, something like "Hello world!" - flashing LED. I follow trends a bit, or at least try, but I definitely enjoy doing this!

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