Finished my 2020 project.
Let me call it #6502portable.
It closes the loop between my starting point in 1986 and now. Like a Terminator time line, just backwards.
It's an Atari 800XL on a USB powerbank, video output captured into a Raspi on a 2nd powerbank.
Visuals inspired by Alien movie where computers look like they should. Released in 1979, the year of Atari 800.
I have rarely felt more satisfied.
Anyone interested in hiring a software engineer who is comfortable with low level programming, including embedded work? Now that 2021 is here, it's high time I start considering re-entering the work force.
I'm comfortable working in assembly language for several different processors, C, Python, Ruby, and C++ (in order of most recent to least recent experience).
My professional resume isn't terribly impressive in this area (who does low-level work anymore?), but I like to think that my Kestrel-3 and Kestrel-2 work shows my skills.
Let me know if you think I might be a good fit for your organization. Thank you.
Since timeblock planning doesn’t seem to work for me, I at least create a bunch of tasks for my daily to-do lists, which I want to integrate more deeply in my daily "routine". Stuff I won’t do otherwise, like "Practice French" or even stuff like "Go for a walk".
Does anyone else here have the problem of not being able to follow a fixed-time schedule? What are your work-arounds?
It’s happening, the Dragonbox Pyra is shipping! :D
I am on a holiday Twitter and internet sabbatical...but.
This year, the Chaos Communications Congress is all online, and that means that it's possible to speak at the storied event without sacrificing family Christmas.
Tomorrow at 10AM Pacific/7PM CET, I'm doing two hours for #R3C: a speech ("What the cyberoptimists got wrong - and what to do about it") and a "Fireside Chat" (a reading from my novel Attack Surface with a Q&A).
"analog Not analog" is now in a public repository.
It’s open source. You can test it on a virtual or physical PC.
I am developing aNa for my graphical live coding experiments. What i published yet is a reduced but more stable subset of aNa. Documentation and code samples are included.
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.