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10 DIY Kits & Modules To Experiment With Electronics

Do-it-yourself electronics used to be the domain of the super geeky, but over the past few years things have really changed. Platforms and computers like Arduino and the Raspberry Pi have given rise to a whole new maker culture, and it’s now easier than ever to get started experimenting with, learning and building DIY electronics projects. From Arduino and Arduino-compatible boards to complete DIY electronic kits, there’s something out there for everyone. With so many modules and kits available on the market, though, it can be a bit confusing if you’re not too well-versed in the subject. While it’s probably impossible to compile a definitive list of must-haves, it’s always nice to have a place to start. …

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10 DIY Kits & Modules To Experiment With Electronics

From Gmail to Fastmail

Email is crucial to me, I can’t even remember the last day I didn’t check my inbox. It’s my preferred channel for communicating and interacting with other people “electronically”. Like many developers I also use emails to keep track of the activity of all the projects I contribute to. I also receive all sorts of emails from machines, sometime server alerts or even from my Arduino powered home automation. Finding a good email provider is a hard task. You need a company you can trust to receive, manage and deliver all your emails especially when you have more than 80k+ emails in total (like I do). In this article I’m going to do a quick overview of the reasons I chose Fastmail …

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From Gmail to Fastmail

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