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MAX7219 LED Matrix Display Arduino Walkthrough & Test Code – Scrolling Text Code

In a previous video, I unboxed the MAX7219 LED Matrix Display module I purchased. Since then, I had a chance to get the module up and running. I was extremely pleased to find an Arduino library for this module. It allowed me to quickly get some advanced displays implemented. I …

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Arm Development #1 – STM32 Discovery Hello World Tutorial on CubeMX & Keil 5 uVision Getting Started

ARM Development has been on my mind for quite some time. I finally got my hands on the STM32 Discovery Board earlier this year. This development board has been recommended to me by a close friend from University who’s been working in the field for quite some time. Needless to …

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Ep. 58 – Arduino Advanced Input & Button Control, Debouncing, Counters & Multitasking

Button & Input implementation on Arduino is fairly straight forward. However, many of you have been asking me questions with regards to implementing more advanced features such as an Arduino Button Counter. This tutorial is dedicated to exploring how you can properly check the status of your inputs and how …

Boolean Logic & Bitwise Operators Tutorial and Walkthrough in Swift

Full Code: Boolean Logic & Bit MAnipulation Tutorial Boolean Logic & Bit Manipulation A lot of confusion came from my MPU-6050 Tutorial (Link to the tutorial: http://eeenthusiast.com/arduino-accelerometer-gyroscope-tutorial-mpu-6050/). It came mainly from the bit manipulation of data. The goal of this tutorial is to clarify this operation and give a review …

iOS 10 Xcode 8 Swift 3.0 Multithreading GCD Grand Central Dispatch Tutorial

iOS Dev. #2 – Grand Central Dispatch Multithreading Tutorial, Stack Views & Image Fetching Swift 3.0

Full Code: Multithreading Tutorial Swift 3.0 Multithreading & Grand Central Dispatch In the second tutorial on iOS development, we are looking at Grand Central Dispatch or GCD. This particular framework allows you to create multiple threads which will run in series or parallel. If you are not yet familiar with …