09 Aug 2016
A few months ago I went to my first Cambridge Python User Group. On this particular occasion the talk was on creating a B compiler which I found fascinating. The evening ended with, as is usual for CamPUG, going to the pub, but also Tibs attempting to cajole everyone in the room into signing up for a talk.
Given I still had slides from the Raspberry Pi party in March, I signed up my Final Year Project as a talk topic.
And then a few months later, I submitted it as a talk at EMF Camp, hoping it would get accepted but not being entirely sure anyone would turn up.
26 Mar 2016
Over the last few months, the plan for what I’m doing for my summer holiday has changed quite a bit.
I started out planning to go to Yellowstone with my parents. Then I expanded that trip to nip and see a friend in LA, and a friend in San Francisco.
Decided I didn’t fancy seeing Yoghi bear quite yet for various reasons, so backed out.
23 Dec 2015
TLDR: here’s the binaries/installers for my final year project. I’d appreciate people having a click through:
18 Dec 2015
I commonly get asked the above question by friends who want to get into hardware prototyping for the first time and have a project idea. I thought I’d share my input and show the questions I normally ask in the form of a flow chart. Some notes based on feedback:
06 Nov 2015
When I graduated from Hull, I set myself a target that I would open source my project by Christmas. At the time I was ready to release the first chunk as a python package and did so here. I should note to anyone else who’s at university and thinking of open sourcing their projects that in general, you should ask your university first because technically, they own the project.