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Jonathan Beri
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I eat APIs for breakfast. They go surprisingly well with milk.
I eat APIs for breakfast. They go surprisingly well with milk.

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I recently achieved a personal goal: I am a contributor to a real book. It is about JavaScript, Robotics, +Raspberry Pi s, +Arduino s and more. Available on O'Reilly[1], Amazon[2] and other fine retailers. #authorship  

[1] http://goo.gl/gF2bi1
[2] http://goo.gl/4xctpW
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How does one do a fill_* on a range? For example, let say I had a strip of 16 LEDs and and wanted to fill [3...6]. Do I make a shallow copy of initialized array? Am I missing some basic understanding of FastLED?

Thanks!

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Heard of Thread or OpenThread? Come on down to Mountain View to learn more!
Thread Technology Workshop in Mountain View, CA on March 27, 2017

The Thread Group is running a Thread Technology Workshop at Google in Mountain View, CA on March 27, 2017. Learn more about Thread and how to get started with technical deep dives into the key features and application layer options. Come meet the OpenThread team as discuss what makes OpenThread the open source project it is today. This is a great way to quickly learn how to implement Thread in your products. Register at the following link: http://tinyurl.com/hcyb5y8

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Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 ARM Cortex-M4F for IoT

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Easily switch between different versions of GCC ARM Embedded
I need to switch between different versions of GCC ARM Embedded somewhat often. I couldn't find a good solution online so I threw together a simple shell script to simplify the process I call  switch-gcc-arm . Here's a screenshot: The script is pretty simpl...

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"We are based in Silicon Valley and have been supplying wholesale electrical and electro-mechanical parts for companies, educational institutions and hobbyists since 1978."

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This is actually a pretty neat idea - wrap an arduino inside a breadboard and put a lego-compatible base.

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Makers! Help us help you.

Google wants to create smart tools for Makers, so we're asking you to fill out this survey to tell us what you'd find helpful.

We'll also share they survey findings back to the community

https://google.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3yMNYryaP4WsCwJ?Source=RETO

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Makers! Help us help you.

Google wants to create smart tools for Makers, so we're asking you to fill out this survey to tell us what you'd find helpful.

We'll also share they survey findings back to the community

https://google.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3yMNYryaP4WsCwJ?Source=RETO
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