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Ghanashyam Prabhu
Works at Intel Corporation
Attended Sri Jayachamarajendra College Of Engineering
Lives in Bengaluru
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A rudimentary Power Monitoring and Notification system with #Intel #Edison. +Abhishek H.M​
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Wish List -

a) Power On message to identify power fails
b) Upload beacon messages every hour
c) Battery powered operation to support main power cuts

+ Low cost Arduino integration instead of Edison for first prototype

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Intel Edison with SIM900 GSM interface

https://twitter.com/616476fbde873af/status/590906185714249728

First SMS sent from Intel Edison via SIM900 Interface - I will probably make a detailed write up on this but fun Edison tip is

Edison doesn't need Software Serial for Arduino code - Edison has Hardware Serial!

Overall setup just took a little over 10 minutes to carefully plug the power and make no mistake to burn the board :-)

I tried to power Edison later with USB power but invain. Looks like it'd need dedicated DC power. (SIM900 is known to pull 2A of current - ha)
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A multi part tutorial on using mraa and upm with python on Intel Galileo/Edison

http://navinbhaskar.blogspot.in/2015/03/python-on-intel-galileo-part-1.html
In this series of blog posts, I'll be posting on writing Python code on Intel Galileo platform. I'll be using the Grove kit. You can also use a bread board instead of Grove kit. There are two libraries available on the Intel ...
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Play with the Basketball #Robot running on Intel Edison http://buff.ly/1xzOIGN #tutorial
After you had an introduction to Intel Edison following the Getting Started guide, and our previous tutorial, the Intel Edison mini-breakout Getting Started Guide, it's now time to work on something a bit more complex. You'll be also able to play a bit with Node.js, a programming platform that ...
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Dear +Google+ How about capability to set your phone wallpapers from your Desktop  while browsing G+.

#integration

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Hey +Google+ while you are at it, please provide ability to copy image from G+ stream on iOS onto clipboard.. Thanks,

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Pretty detailed write up on PCB design/prototyping and manufacturing
 
Hello folks! I finally published the last part of my series of articles about how to create an Arduino shield from scratch. This part is dedicated to fabricating the shield after the prototyping & design phases. Enjoy!
This article is the last one in a series where we saw how to build an Arduino shield from scratch. In the previous part, we saw how to do the PCB design for our shield project. In this last part of...
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@Microsoft and #Arduino: new partnership announced today http://buff.ly/1DLtDX2 Windows 10 #ArduinoCertified
It's a special day for the Makers' community. Massimo Banzi is in San Francisco attending Build Conference, the biggest developer event of the calendar year for Microsoft and today Microsoft is announcing a strong partnership with Arduino: Windows 10 is in fact the world's first Arduino ...
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Update to my previous post on Edison Image
http://www.intel.com/support/edison/sb/CS-035180.htm

The new installer helps easy flashing of Edison with latest Yocto Linux image! Makes it just click of buttons. For Linux geeks, have fun with making and flashing your own images the conventional way!

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This page lists software downloads for the Intel Edison product.
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After an article about my #journey appeared on #TOI last week, I've been getting a quite a few emails from all sorts either interested in knowing more about my journey or wanting to #cycle with me. I have also been approached by a few people from the media. 
I personally would've selected a headline shying away from having quit my job to go riding. But life has a funny way of working out and I have now been featured, on www.officechai.com, as one of 11 people that have quit their job to walk a road less traveled.
I wish, the other 10, the best of luck in their chosen venture. Thank you officechai. 
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Manipal - Mysore
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"The planet is fine, the people are fucked". You now know where I come from.
Introduction

I am ghanashyam, a free thinker, technology enthusiast, engineer and DIY enthusiast.

Profession & Interests:

I am an electronics designer by profession. Over the years, I have been working on FPGA designs, embedded systems and now I work on graphics processors. I have new found love in Maker stuff around Arduino, RaspberryPi and Intel Galileo and Edison and an an old time love in free software.

I am proud that am an Internet addict. I am a hard core fan of Steve Jobs, his style of working and thought process. I appreciate Apple products and am a Nexus user.

My Web2.0 Presence

Where I live:

I was born and brought up in Manipal, a coastal town of Karnataka state, INDIA. With a beautiful lake, Manipal is a serene place to live and is also called the University town, with a lot of educational institutions. I currently live in Bengaluru for work. My long term dream is to settle back in Manipal doing my own stuff.

Outside of work:

I have spent quite some years of my professional life in Manipal, when I am not working, I used to spend some time at the beach flying kites once in a while, drive alongside the beach or walk to the riverside, take a boat ride. I love traveling alone[now that I am married, its a tad bit difficult to be alone] and I like talking to different people. It is always nice traveling in trains, and buses when you get to meet new people.

In Bangalore, I occasionally go watch a live play in a theater, ride on my bike exploring the food joints[someare on my Instagram stream

Apart from these, I like pencil sketching and water color paintings.. I like all kinds of music but cant get to stick to one genre for long time. My playlists are random.. I like playing football and I can say am above average at playing caroms.

Books I have been reading:

Garfield - At a book exhibit, I bought a bunch of them at a re-seller for Rs 50 then on I have like them like none other, I have been on a hunt for them since then.

Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman - A wonderful account of life moments by physicist Feynman.

Autobiography of Steve Jobs

Yaana
(in Kannada) - By S. L Bhairappa  - Story of a couple on a space ship that is never going to return back to earth - They are on their own and they have to move the programme forward.

My to-do list:

  • Buy a bicycle
  • Buy a bike -- Bought!!
  • Buy a Android Dev Phone OR a bring up a personal Lin Board - Bought RaspberryPi and a Galaxy Nexus! Now awaiting Intel Galileo to make something awesome - Got a Galileo as well! (small project in the making at home)
  • A "fun" trek to the Himalayas -
  • Learn a few more programming languages -- Started with Perl and SysVerilog. Specman
  • Author a Technical Paper

That's a lot of me!!

Ghanashyam

Bragging rights
Successfully booked Tatkal tickets on IRCTC.
Education
  • Sri Jayachamarajendra College Of Engineering
    B.E, Electronics and Communications Engineering
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Shyama, Sardar :P
Good Punjabi stuff here. Thick awesome Lassi loved it
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Amazing food. Don't miss if you are a fish eating guy from Karavali. The fish thali is one decent order you could place that serves you fish and prawn and rice that's perfect for a non veg meal. The ambience is amazing with all Goan style graffiti, kinda teleports you to Goa. The severs wear traditional Goan attire and the music playing in the background is relaxing. If you like beer grab a mug for lunch with the thali. Your day will be done. Don't miss - worth a visit if you're in Bengaluru
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food quantity is less and stuff is expensive too. Service is poor too. Not one that I would prefer
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Variety of North Indian dishes on the menu. The aaamras and puri is an amazing combination. Main course is primarily Rajasthani cuisine and has varied tastes from sweet to spicy.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Good restaurant. lively and has that trademark Konkani style taste in its food. Garlic chutney and ladies finger curry were classic Konkani mangalore style in the south Indian meals which is quite a feast at 70 rupees. There is variety to the menu and the ambience is charged up. Cleanliness is maintained and a lot of mangalore Tulu/Kannada people around in the restaurant. Takes you to your childhood memories of that restaurant you used to eat during schools if you are a mangalorean
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Expensive food with quantity being less compared to other restaurants but clean and good service. Overall a decent experience - nothing really special about it
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Food is decent but the service has been extremely poor. No body asks you how long you have been waiting. There are only 2 people who take orders and there are around 20 tables. Takes a lot of time. Hopefully service gets better
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago