it's so hot here!. I don't know if in your cities will be like here in Huelva (Spain): Minimum of 35 degrees, sun and heat scorches as you walk on the street. The only way to be fresh as a vegetable is reading the Pi World section with air conditioner at home...
No, I have not become paranoid playing Pokemon Go and I didn't take vacations. Development has taken the most part of my time and I want to leave everything ready before August. Today I took a spin around the Net and I have find the project NodeCode, a platform for "connecting things". They have focused on reducing the complexity of SBC connected together using a fairly easy to understand platform which is based on the union of nodes according to functionality.
Bridge Raspberry Pi Devices With IoT Platform NodeCode
This quick video shows how you can connect the pins on two different devices, in this case Raspberry Pis, to each other using connections made in software.
This is done with a Raspberry Pi Model B and a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B but these could be done with any other board.
Apache Quarks is a programming model and micro-kernel style runtime that can be embedded in gateways and small footprint edge devices enabling local, real-time, analytics on the continuous streams of data coming from equipment, vehicles, systems, appliances, devices and sensors of all kinds (for example, Raspberry Pis or smart phones). Working in conjunction with centralized analytic systems, Apache Quarks provides efficient and timely analytics across the whole IoT ecosystem: from the center to the edge.
If you are interested, I let you some links and a video. I hope it like you.
Those who get holidays, congratulations. Those who have to work, congratulations too. You can't please all of the people all of the time, but at least we have a little time to read what happened in the Pi World Pi this week... Come in without knocking!
I don't consider me a blogger. Or maybe I should ask what this word means to me. I see as follows: Members of a group (ie programmers, makers, chef, etc...) that reflect their progress/advances in a blog. Most share their code or cookbook so that it can improve together.
I didn't have any exciting project for so long. The path of a Freelance is not being an easy way and I spend all the time writing code or learn how to improve it. Maybe a don't manage my time well and having digital Diogenes syndrome can't help, or lose my time finding content that is not mine to save it "because can be useful in a future". That's the goal I've always had with the blog and Google Docs. Fortunately, in the way I have met many of yours. A few comments in articles, any conference when we met, for me was worth to continue with the blog.
This reflection that looks like a goodbye, it is quite the opposite. Today is my birthday, so I will try to propose me some goals, just because I'm tired of my routine and still expect me to stay half a century of life to prosper in all areas, especially as a person and developer.
I still want to thank you all, from the bottom of my heart. Here I will continue to inform you and make an effort to offer more quality content.