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Raspberry Pi and Programming Leftovers

  • Over:Board turns a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 into a mini-ITX motherboard (crowdfunding)

    The Over:Board is a mini-ITX motherboard designed to make it easy to use the CM4 in any mini ITX computer case. The developer is running a crowdfunding campaign for the project and says it should be ready to ship by September (although folks who want something sooner can reserve a prototype or pre-production unit).

  • 7 New Raspberry Pi CM4 Boards for 2021! - YouTube
  • C++ Standard Conversions

    There are two entity types in C++, the fundamental types and the compound types. The fundamental types are the scalar types. The compound types are the rest of the entity types. Conversion can take place from one entity type to another appropriate type. [...] The output is 2, 2, meaning that the program has returned the square root of 5 as 2 and the square root of 8 also as 2. So, the first two statements in the main() function have floored the answers of the square root of 5 and the square root of 8. This article does not discuss flooring or ceiling in C++. Rather, this article discusses the conversion of one C++ type to another appropriate C++ type; indicating any approximation in value made, loss of precision, or constraint added or removed. Basic knowledge of C++ is a prerequisite to understand this article.

  • Project Tour: Hashistack (Terraform, Consul, Nomad on AWS)

    I've always wanted to be able to set up a full consul, nomad, vault, etc. environment (along with hosted applications) with a single "terraform apply." I've spent a few weekends on this now and wanted to give a small tour, although it's still a work in progress.

  • Introspective labeling

    IRC is a good place to find answers. Often I find the questions found there to be even more enlightening.

Android Leftovers

10 ways to get started with open source in 2021 exists to educate the world about everything open source, from new tools and frameworks to scaling communities. We aim to make open source more accessible to anyone who wants to use or contribute to it. Getting started in open source can be hard, so we regularly share tips and advice on how you can get involved. If you want to learn Python, help fight COVID-19, or join the Kubernetes community, we've got you covered. To help you begin, we curated the 10 most popular articles on getting started in open source we published in 2020. We hope they'll inspire you to learn something new in 2021. Read more

JingOS arrives as China’s first Linux Distro, offers iPadOS-like features and functions

JingOS was built with the idea of improving the functionality and productivity of a tablet overall. So, the team behind the new operating system took inspiration from the Cupertino based giant’s iPadOS platform to offer a simple/clean, yet productive and efficient UI design that can ensure that your tablets are a mini computer that one can work on, on the go. JingOS is not only a tablet OS but a full function Linux distro. Read more