This post follows up on my GUI programming using Tkinter, where we got the necessary dependencies of installing the Tkinter package and getting the data from openweather.org. In this post, we’ll be diving into how the code is written and how to get the application up and running.
A long time back, I stumbled across a project request on a freelancing website. This project required someone to develop a program that would count the frequency of occurrence of the words in a text file. This sounded interesting and I wanted to see if I could write a code meeting the requirements. I’m documenting […]
In the last post, we installed the programming environment with Energia on Windows. Now we are all set to start programming the CC3200 to become a node on the Internet of Things network. In this post, we’ll cover about the protocol used, how the data flows in the network and how you can add different […]
In this post, you’ll be reading about how to set up Energia, the programming environment we’ll be using to program the Texas Instruments’ CC3200 hardware kit and also how to set up and fix common issues with regard to drivers. This post will be for Windows operating system. Energia Energia is an open-source electronics prototyping […]
Hi, It’s been a while since my last post. I’m kick starting the blogs from this month with Internet of Things (IoT). I have been working on IoT over the past three years and got to learn a lot of cool things. I intend to share the knowledge I acquired through posts sharing my implementation […]
Secure Shell, commonly known by the jargon SSH is a network protocol that allows you to login into a remote system over an unsecured network. Today, I was doing some code-keeping (basically deleting obsolete codes and repositories) and came across this code snippet which lets you log into a system and also allows you to run […]
Hello there, Wish you all a very Happy New Year 2017! In this post, I’ll show how you can emulate a Raspberry Pi on your Linux (Debian-based) system (I don’t know whether this will work on Windows, haven’t used it any ages). The short backstory, I enrolled in the 1-month long “A developer’s Guide to the […]