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Jason Striegel
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Better Things for Better Living Through Computation.
Better Things for Better Living Through Computation.

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Coder just got an update to v0.7 and it now supports the Raspberry Pi B+. I'm really stoked about the new power circuitry–you can now plug and unplug wireless adapters without everything rebooting!

If you've got the new board and want to program your Pi with Javascript, download the latest Coder SD Card image from http://goo.gl/coder
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This cross-platform Web Starter Kit project looks really well executed.
Web Fundamentals and Web Starter Kit: Resources for Modern Web Development 

The web is a rich computing platform with unparalleled reach. In recent years, mobile devices have brought the web to billions of new users and introduced many new device capabilities, screen sizes, input methods, and more. To help developers navigate this brave new world, we built Web Fundamentals (https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/), a curated source for modern best practices. Today, we’re making it even easier to build multi-device experiences with the Beta release of the Web Starter Kit (https://developers.google.com/web/starter-kit/).

+Paul Kinlan, Developer Advocate and Web Fundamentalist

#webfundamentals  
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This is so great.
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If you're at the Cannes Lions ad festival, check out the Google juice bar on the beach. You can order a drink by writing HTML in Coder. :)

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This just made my day.
This is Sharlini, a 7 year old working on her first Coder web page on a Raspberry pi. #coder #raspberrypi
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Here's a long-awaited update to Coder that will let you read analog sensors, right from your web app!
Just pushed a new version of Coder (v0.6) which will now let you access even more fun hardware stuff from your web apps. I've been using it to pull analog sensor data from the MCP8006 analog to digital converter.

This update:
- adds built-in support for the pi-spi and i2c modules!
- fixes a project uploading bug for windows users
- ability to set a headless static ip by editing a file on the sdcard
- if you're upgrading from 0.4, this also gives you gpio support

You can download the v0.6 image here: http://googlecreativelab.github.io/coder/#download

I have some test code for reading SPI analog input data from the MCP8006 over here:
https://github.com/googlecreativelab/coder/blob/master/coder-apps/tests/spi_test/app/app.js
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Just pushed a new version of Coder (v0.6) which will now let you access even more fun hardware stuff from your web apps. I've been using it to pull analog sensor data from the MCP3008 analog to digital converter.

This update:
- adds built-in support for the pi-spi and i2c modules!
- fixes a project uploading bug for windows users
- ability to set a headless static ip by editing a file on the sdcard
- if you're upgrading from 0.4, this also gives you gpio support

You can download the v0.6 image here: http://googlecreativelab.github.io/coder/#download

I have some test code for reading SPI analog input data from the MCP3008 over here:
https://github.com/googlecreativelab/coder/blob/master/coder-apps/tests/spi_test/app/app.js
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Anyone else remember when there were amazing local ISPs and you got great service, and sometimes they'd throw parties and your favorite local hackers and indie artists were all there and you got to meet your irc friends in person and everyone hung out and stuff?

I'm pretty sure this will be just like that and a whole lot more!

http://www.theverge.com/2014/2/12/5406936/comcast-will-reportedly-buy-time-warner-cable

+Michael Koppelman - Very seriously, thank you for Bitstream Underground and the late 90's internet scene in Minneapolis.

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Much security!
CBS diffuse un reportage sur la sécurité du SuperBowl, avec le code du Wifi du service de sécurité.
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Chroemcast box is the new Altoids tin. :)
Raspberry Pi camera case made from Chromecast box. 
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