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Venom 400 V45-267 Performance Module

The Venom 400 is only active when peak performance is required. Enhances the performance gains achieved by installing an upgraded chip. Whatever the gains are as specified within the chip, they will be magnified through the use of the Venom 400. 38 more words

Prepend

prepend is included in ruby 2.0. It is just like include but works in different way. Let’s we see the example below.

We start with… 346 more words

Ruby

MDBT42Q Development Board Now Available

Raytac Corporation

A BT4.1 & BT4.2 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 solution 

(nRF51822 & nRF51422 & nRF52832 & nRF51802)

www.raytac.com

Tel: +886.2.3234.0208… 66 more words

BLE & BT4.0 & BT4.1 & BT4.2

Here's how to set up a lure in 'Pokémon GO'

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

So you finally got to Level 8 and got your very first lure module. Congratulations! You can now camp out somewhere and have all those sweet Pokémon gravitate to you. 120 more words

Technology

Linux Kernel Modules - 101

Why Linux Kernel Modules?

It’s 2016, and Linux kernel is about to turn 25 in a few days from now. Why am I writing about a “Hello World” Linux kernel module now? 1,169 more words

Technical

Module Monday: The Slave Pits of The Undercity 5e!

I recently had the joy of being a part of a group running through the Slave Pits of The Undercity. Granted it wasn’t the original old school module as it was masterfully updated to D&D 5e. 1,089 more words

5e

Your ESP8266 Needs More Memory

We just got through reviewing MicroPython on the ESP8266, and one of the main takehomes is that our ESP modules need more flash memory. You may be in the same boat — the earliest (and cheapest) modules on the market only had 512 kB of flash. 163 more words

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