Archive for January 2018

2017 JavaScript Rising Stars Let’s see by the numbers which projects got traction in 2017 by comparing the numbers of stars added on GitHub over the last 12 months.

Ethernet in the first mile I came by a device with 2BASE-TL ports in it. Google search revealed that this standard was made by IEEE Ethernet in the first mile (EFM) working group. It standardizes networking techbologies for the customer’s point of view it is their “first” mile, although from the access network‘s point of view it is known as the “last mile“.  I know

From Arduino Prototype to Manufacturable Product – Hackster’s Blog Creating a prototype based on an Arduino is an excellent start to bringing a new electronic hardware product to market. The Arduino is almost an ideal platform for proving your product concept. However, there is still a lot of engineering work required to turn it into a product that can be manufactured and sold. This article tries

5 blockchain trends to watch for in 2018 | The Enterprisers Project Few new technologies have raised as much discussion as blockchain. One reason is the controversy, concern, and perceived opportunity around blockchain-based cryptocurrencies (such as bitcoin and ether) and crowdfunding via initial coin offerings (ICOs). But what is blockchain’s role in the enterprise?  This article gives some ideas to think about. Take those trends with grain of

Portable Radiation Detector: 10 Steps (with Pictures) Ever wondered how to make silicon radiation sensors? Here is a tutorial on them.  This is a tutorial to design, construct, and test your own portable Silicon photo-diode Radiation Detector suitable for the 5keV-10MeV detection range to accurately quantify low energy gamma-rays coming from radioactive sources!

IoT and embedded systems products 2018

This post is here to comments links and news on intetesting IoT products I see. I plan to post mainly information on new products, but sometimes I can post also information on older but what I see still relevat IoT products. I might also post here some embedded systems products that are not directly related