A tiny board with lots of possibilities
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.
Two simple applications to learn more about your Linux machine.
Get the most from dmesg and easily diagnose those issues.
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".
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!
Simulate a keyboard and moue using Python.
Make the Python REPL unique with a little help from rich!
Search StackOverflow from the terminal! Now you can be the ultimate problem solver!
Get data about your Windows machine, or a remote machine on the same domain using this handy tool.
Are you the one? Do you know Kung-Fu? Is there a spoon? I can't answer these questions, but I can put you in The Matrix.
I love to play arcade games, and I really love to play those games with a proper arcade controller.
Keep an eye on all your systems, both near and far. Audit their usage automatically, and save yourself some time for that extra coffee break.
Record, display, interact with your Android phone, over USB from your desktop!
Fancy customising your Grub menu? Want a cool image to greet you as you power on? Then this is the tool for you.
Monitor everything on your Linux box with this great tool! It feels like I am working in a high tech 1980s control centre!
A Nintendo Gameboy, in Python, but this is so much more than just for playing games.
Need to bulk flash a load of Arduino ATMEGA chips? Then this piece of kit will save you some time!
A £3 motor controller aimed directly at beginners! Seriously, this is so easy to use!