Friday Fun is back and this time we go micro!
Need to include a code snippet in a document or poster? Want it to look nice? You might want to try this.
The return of Tuesday Tooling and we start with a little Python module for when we need to "just run that one terminal command".
Turn a boring make up light bar into a NeoPixel powered flashing fun fest with just a little code and some soldering.
Create and edit pixel images, using Python via the Terminal, oh and using the keyboard WASD keys.
Tired of typing? Try talking to your computer, it will guess most of the words correctly, often leading to a little fun.
A tiny board with lots of possibilities
Six new projects for the Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Python, Go and Electronics
A robust, easy to use, multi-voltage power supply that doesn't eat all of my desk!
You don't need a desktop to visualise data, we can do it all with Python directly in the terminal.
June 1st 2021 marks my first anniversary at Tom's Hardware as Associate Editor. In this short space of time I've covered many Raspberry Pi announcements, written tutorials in multiple languages...
Two simple applications to learn more about your Linux machine.
Automate bulk installation of Windows apps with ninite.
Get the most from dmesg and easily diagnose those issues.
Multi-coloured, USB HID device for a pocket money pricetag!
BASIC was Python for 1980s kids, and it is still popular today!
These new tools really do "suck" but they make any job a "snip".
Better get the banana for scale re-calibrated as this board is TINY...and cute.
Need a colour quickly? Colorzilla is a great free tool to get RGB and hex colour codes from webpages to your clipboard.
You've got a Pico, but are there any extra tools to help your hacks? Of course there are, and here you go!
Use a little Python code to add points of interest to a map.
Asking questions has never been so useful!
Do you envy TS80 owners for their USB C jack? Well envy no more as Brian Lough's Flex-C-Friend bring USB C to the TS100!
Pounder to Enterprise, do the replicators serve Greggs?
Simulate a keyboard and moue using Python.