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Workshopshed Mar 6
Can one talk to multiple others via BLE? Happy to go low level if required
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Jaakko Ala-Paavola Feb 1
Choose your hardware. They are all supported by OS. And this is not the complete list. Not only supported but platform is also tested against all hardware prior releases.
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PublicEducator Jan 31
This is the nonsense Manitoba best avoid. Or is it too late?
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Erika Wainwright Jan 25
With the audit happening in schools, I hope that we remember every dollar invested in school is a dollar invested in MB future. As Frederick Douglass said “It’s easier to build strong children than repair a broken man.”
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Jaakko Ala-Paavola Feb 1
evangelist ⁦⁩ presenting OS development at . I believe this is the year of breakthrough of the platform. More and more industries demanding the use of MBED.
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Brian Mar 3
Great week at with all generating huge interest & opportunities. This industry always moving forward.
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Joanna Sanders Jan 15
Teachers, we need you help with an important task as we try to make our resources more accessible. Can you find a bit of time to help us out?
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Neil Balmer May 8
It's finally starting to look like something!
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Eng. Khaled Al-jehani Apr 22
It was a great experience to use for development using B-L072Z-LRWAN1 kit The demonstration was straight forward, and the source code is well-documented. I recommend using OS for developing embedded systems applications.
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Rafał Pocztarski Apr 25
🤔 Quick poll: What TLS/SSL lib should Node use? or some other?
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Dr. David Mills 28 Jan 18
Well, the port of SI5351 code does something now, but the frequency is off. This should be 175MHz instead I'm getting 20.2 MHz
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Fabbri's Class May 28
Some final thoughts as in gear up for their provincial in ...
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Starchip Designs 3 Jan 18
Had some fun trying out the BBC micro:bit that my son gave me for Christmas. Displaying temperature and random numbers. Used C++ / Mbed which produces a 434KB hex file - seems so wasteful for an old-timer like me, who used to program in a few K!
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Derrick Meer Oct 9
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Arm Embedded Feb 28
Dive into the ecosystem with the power of ! The VR demo at allows you to explore the full ecosystem of Enabled boards and modules.
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Jaakko Ala-Paavola Feb 20
Small subset of Enabled development boards, presented by ⁦⁩. Each new Mbed software release tested against all hardware in fully automated test racks in Austin Texas and Oulu Finland.
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hackaday Aug 21
Ditch and and program bare metal
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Jay Macdonald May 31
Caught in the middle of Math Workshop. Farkle causes a variety of faces.
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element14 Oct 6
Using the OS to build an Client
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Governor Semple School Nov 14
Thanks for joining us today! They shared ideas about what’s hiding in our air and we were able to measure air pollution levels with special air quality equipment!
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