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This is a very nice and informative tutorial on soldering.
 
Learn the basics of soldering from Collin Cunningham!
Entry level soldering iron: http://adafruit.com/products/180
Hakko FX-888 soldering iron: http://www.adafruit.com/products/1204

More Collin's Lab:
Breadboards: Collin's Lab: Breadboards & Perfboards
Multimeters: Collin's Lab: Multimeters

Collin's Lab: Soldering

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Reminds me of college.
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Bringing Star Trek to life: LCARS home automation with Arduino and Raspberry Pi
http://adafru.it/b100872

This LCARS home automation from YouTube user boltszmann138 a trekkies dream come true!

…I came to the conclusion that QT works fine for me. There are two programms running:

First, there is “ha_interface” on the raspberry which on the one hand connects to the arduino via usb and provides a tcp server for clients on the other hand. Clients can request sensor values by sending “request:sensortype:sensorid” over a simple QTcpSocket. If the arduino sends an interrupt (for example: reed contact 1 is now open), ha_interface sends a broadcast message like “broadcast:reed1:opened” to all connected clients. Parsing of these commands can easily be done via the QString::split(“:”) function. The biggest problem was: I dont want the clients to poll for the reed contact state, since they change very seldom. On the other hand, I didnt want to miss that event. So I had to find a way how recognize an interrupt (by emitting a signal) in the serial usb connection. This gave me the answer: http://www.webalice.it/fede.tft/seria… (part 5) and http://fedetft.wordpress.com/2010/04/… . Several connected clients can talk to each other via the interface and share for example their local “red alert on” or “system locked” bool variables.

Read morehttp://adafru.it/b100872 #piday #raspberrypi 
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"DO THIS NOW: Here's how to give your Android phone a huge speed boost, just like Apple sped up iOS 7.1" http://feedly.com/e/q3gDnhdi
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"Using Scala traits as modules, or the "Thin Cake" Pattern" http://feedly.com/e/yFG_LlcC
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Yes.. This IS Deepfried Bacon with a Side of Bacon Mayo

And yes... it might be one of the best things I have ever tasted.

And .. yes.. I did do extra work outs to make up for eating it.

Life is for living .. (and tasting) I say.. :)

#foodanddrink  #bacon #foodporn  
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Automate Tasks In Linux Using Actionaz, A Powerful Tool That Can Emulate Clicks, Key Presses And More: http://www.webupd8.org/2014/03/automate-tasks-in-linux-using-actionaz.html

Actionaz is task automation tool written in C++ / Qt, available for Linux and Windows. Using it, you can run repetitive tasks automatically, all without having to know any programming languages.

The tool can emulate mouse clicks or key presses, display message boxes, edit text files, download a file, play a sound, etc. For example, Actionaz can launch an application, perform some repetitive task and then close it, all automatically.

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Adding the Cast Button to your Android app protip

If you want to share content with a TV, then the Google Cast SDK makes that easy to do. Google Cast apps use Android’s MediaRouter to discover and connect to Google Cast devices such as Chromecast. All Cast apps need to have a visible Cast button on every screen.

There are 3 options for adding a Cast button to your app:
 - Use the MediaRouterActionProvider - the easiest and recommended way of adding a Cast button. The MediaRouter will handle the entire lifecycle of the button including the visibility of the button when devices are discovered. You need to use the appcompat ActionBar and extend ActionBarActivity for your Activities.
 - Use the MediaRouteButton. You need to extend FragmentActivity for your Activities. Your app is responsible for managing the visibility of the Cast button based on the MediaRouter device discovery event callbacks.
- Use a custom button. You are responsible for making the custom button behave like the MediaRouter Cast button, including the dialogs for selecting a device and controlling a selected device. This option only makes sense if you cannot use the appcompat ActionBar.

Once the Cast button is added to your app, you need to support the rest of the Cast app lifecycle to display content on the Google Cast device: http://goo.gl/zUiYC4

Note: It is important that you use the v7-mediarouter support library package and not the MediaRouter classes in the Android framework. You can learn more about the MediaRouter here: http://goo.gl/qNBkCr

Take a look at sample code we have open sourced for adding a Cast button: http://goo.gl/JwK1wJ

Happy Casting!

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Freddies is a great all around restaurant and bar. The food is excellent and the drinks are great (try the coco-loco or ship wreck). The outside seating is a nice touch and there are a ton of indoor TVs if you are into sports. There is even a good sized play area outside for the kids which is easily visible from all the outdoor seats. The food is moderately priced but very good and creative. Sometimes the wait times can be a bit long but no worse than any other place in Ocean City during the summer.
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