General | 1 min | 1175
I got you! Please stop trying to hack my website! It's just a small blog! You are ruining my stats! ;)
Sorry to the other users!, but the last two weeks, someone was using the cloud system ofOnline SAS to try to hack my website. Yes, you heard that right! Someone is trying to hack this small blog! and I can tell you: That's illegal! ;) In the terms and conditions of Online SAS that is NOT allowed! ;P
Are Paris IP-addresses going to be the next Nigeria IP-addresses? abuseipdb.com has a lot of Paris IP-addresses declared as risky!
Leave a comment, if you have more info, and if you are the guy tr...
Android Things | 1 min | 1513
Thanks Sal for your comments on the article TI: Sensortag CC2650 . This is for you and those who are playing with TI SensorTag!
I've updated the repository of the Texas Instrument (TI) SensorTag CC2650. The repository can be found here . As you may know TI doesn't update the repository anymore. The original last open source repository of the application can be found here .
I've wrote an article last year as I migrated and updated the repository:
Today, I've updated the repository to support Android 8.1 (>6.0). The main modification was that Android >6.0 needs locatio...
MicroPython | 4 min | 10602
One of the most visited articles on my blog is the Getting started with MicroPython! tutorial. If you still don't know what is MicroPython and you want to start programming microcontroller boards (ESP32, ESP8266 etc.) using a small version of Python 3, you should look at that article . Don't expect to use machine learning or/and other big libraries (the available RAM and microcontroller performance is far away for that aim), but you can do some projects like these:
Android Things | 1 min | 1037
Google has released Android Things 1.0 this week to developers with long-term support for production devices.
I've updated today the two applications to run on this Android Things version:
Take a look at the full release notes for Android Things 1.0, and head over to the Android Things Console to begin validating your devices for production with the 1.0 system image. If you are looking for a Getting Started on Android Things, head over to these posts:
Analytics | 9 min | 9464
Docker is a technology that emerged for about 5 years and since then it has simplified the packaging, distribution, installation and execution of (complex) applications. Usually applications consist of many components that need to be installed and configured. Installing all needed dependencies and configuring them correctly is usually time consuming and frustrating for users, developers and administrators. Here is where Docker comes to simplify this process allowing developers and users to package these applications into containers.
A container image is lightweight, stand-alone, executable pa...
Analytics | 2 min | 20572
Docker is a technology that emerges for about 5 years and simplifies the packaging, distribution, installation and execution of (complex) applications. Portainer is a management UI which allows you to easily manage your different Docker environments. If you are here because of the post title, I do not have to explain anymore about the Docker technology and the management tool Portainer. But, if you need to know more about these two topics, I leave you two links:
Let's start with the installation of Portainer for Docker management on Windows 10 (running on a Linux Container)...
Android Things | 3 min | 1248
After the Hannover Fair 2018, I have this weekend some time and I decided to update the #ProjectDIVA to the last version of Android Things. Today the actual version is 0.8.1 DP and the Android Things Setup Utility has the version number 1.0.19.
I have two applications running on Android Things:
In Oct. 2017, I wrote a tutorial for Android Things, but I checked that the tutorial needed an update, and the repositories too. That's why I'm writing this post.
What is Android Things?
This section does not change too much fr...
General | 3 min | 1862
I have a Nexus 5X or I had a working Nexus 5X, and last week it turned black and has finally bootlooped! I bought it from Google Store, so I decided to contact Google. I knew that the warranty was expired on Dec. 2017 (Google repeated it), but this is a common problem of the Nexus 5X, so I thought that maybe I have a chance! But NO! The support was nice, but the solution was to contact LG. A death path! Meaning: No goodwill from Google! Nothing! I contacted LG, and the solution was to send the phone to this address:
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General | 1 min | 654
I am really happy to inform you that I will be at the Hannover Fair 2018. The Institute of Mechatronic Systems will be represented by our research group "Integrated Systems and Machine Learning" in the Hall 2 on Stand B08 and we will be presenting solutions for the advancing digitization of industrial production.
The Hannover Fair 2018 takes place between Apr 23, 2018 and Apr 27, 2018 in Hannover.
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