Make a Scratch game where YOU are the controller!
Get the news headlines...really easily!
Need to flash SD cards with the latest Raspbian release? Here you go!
TinyGo, what is it and how easy is it to use? Read on my friend!
Super tiny neopixel LEDs from Aliexpress, but are they any good? I took the hit for you!
I take two CHEAP soldering irons through their paces so you don't have to! Well unless you really want to.
Need to upload a file for use in a project? Don't want to faff with Dropbox, Google Drive, servers? Try Filestack, it might just save you some time.
Make an LED blink using a Commodore 64! Yes this is 2020, and yes I am doing this for fun, with a little bit of learning too!
Get live data for trains, buses, coaches, ferries in the UK using a very cool API and a little JSON knowledge.
A smaller board for IoT projects! It comes pre-loaded with MicroPython and we can build Internet connected things with it...or flash an LED!
It may be late, but this blog post is fresh! Create easy pop ups in any Python project using very little code!
Convert a PDF file to text in Python...and then you can do anything with the text. Even create your own audiobook!
Connect to a serial device, then disconnect, the connect and carry on as if nothing happened!
Connect up to 16 servos and control them from your micro:bit!
I'm learning to write code in BASIC on a Z80 board from Tindie
Need to send a file? All your USB sticks are missing? Use a wormhole!
Make every error pretty with this handy library.
Create a hostname, a local URL for a device on your network!
Need a cheap and easy intro to SMD soldering? Well Christmas might come but once a year, but these trees can be soldered all year round.
Meet R0g3r my new robot who is very curious. He even tried to drive into a cardboard box while exploring my office.
A good book can spark the fire of imagination.
Turn a boring Poundland / Dollarstore Christmas star into an IoT colour changing star! All we need is a little time and some code!
Want to send messages across the world to multiple devices? Well MQTT is what you need
Make IoT applications by linking nodes of code together...
A quick hack to send messages from one PC to another via BASH!