2016: Highlights and Heartbreaks

Another year is about to over and here I would like to write about how I’ve spent my life through 2016. At the beginning, 2016 was like to be a great year. January 2016 was the 9th month I’d been work where I was getting close to friends in office. There I also begin to know Java better than ever and full of spirit about making any java application like web service and android. But everything wasn’t going as in mind, many issues occurred inside and leading to company instability. During unstable period, some employees choose to leave and let the company getting more upset. At this point, I felt that the situation will slowing down my own learning process. Knowing it’s not good, then I decide …

Talk to Pi

Raspberry Pi absolutely fit to become a “server”, at least mini server that can serve your need. But, there’s come a problem, how to connect my Pi from internet??  This question must come to most people who planned to create a smart things in their home. Sometimes we need to connect your Pi remotely while we’re outside home. There’s some solutions to solve it like VPN, ton of works websocket, port forwarding with extra prerequisites, remot3.it and dataplicity. Here i will only talking about dataplicity since I’m using it and it’s better than any solutions available above (Please let me know if you found a better solution doing this). Actually this kind of article also available here in raspberry pi help documentation. As you …

Get a Long Life

​Little Johnny was sitting on a park bench munching on one candy bar after another. After the 6th one a man on the bench across from him said, “Son, you know eating all that candy isn’t good for you. It will give you acne, rot your teeth, make you fat.” Little Johnny replied, “My grandfather lived to be 107 years old.” The man asked, “Did your grandfather eat 6 candy bars at a time?”Little Johnny answered, “No, he minded his own business!”

Initialize your Raspberry Pi

Ever wonder to have mini PC that probably just enough to become 24/7 server and even clustering them together? Likely Raspberry Pi could become one of your choice. Raspberry Pi is a computer powered by ARM micro processor and can run Linux in it. Unlike MicroController, this one is much powerful in terms of processing power but I cannot say  that Raspberry Pi is better than arduino and other microcontroller peripherals. They’re not comparable since they’ve made on different purpose. There’s considerations to take before you buy one : Purpose of the device Power usage Community support Features Difficulty level to achieve your purpose There’s more than raspberry pi and they may be more powerful too. But due to its …

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