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Married to the Mainstream

After months of struggling and solving simple problems with \heavy duty’ programming tools I finally decided to go mainstream. One doesn’t need to set up a minimal system each and every single time a new computer is bought/fixed/brought back to life. 418 more words


The Price of Free Software...?

As part of my recent pursuit of GUI-heavy Linux operating systems I decided to take a closer look at Fedora. According to its website it is an extensive, feature-rich distribution with software and hardware developers in mind. 560 more words


Scrapy on the Road to Python 3 Support

Scrapy is one of the few popular Python packages (almost 10k github stars) that’s not yet compatible with Python 3. The team and community around it are working to make it compatible as soon as possible. 957 more words


Arduino Application in Photonics Laboratory – 2.2 Detectors

An essential function of a Photonics Lab is to detect light. From the light detection we can obtain a lot of information about the world around us. 749 more words


Arduino Application in Photonics Laboratory – 2.1 Light Sources

In this chapter we will introduce some basic components in a photonics lab, including light sources, light detectors, etc.

Light source is probably the most important component in a Photonics Lab. 617 more words


Arduino Application in Photonics Laboratory – 1.3 Arduino hardware

Arduino has many versions of hardware boards, such as Arduino Uno, Arduino Leonardo, Arduino Mega, Arduino Nano, etc. Although their physical layout is different, the core of the boards are similar. 395 more words



Okay so I along with Arnav and Jigyasa(Also a GSoC student at FOSSASIA), organised an event to promote contribution to open source projects. We also wanted to get people interested in the projects we are working on this summer with FOSSASIA. 406 more words

jigyasa reblogged this on Being Curious .... and commented:

Thank You for the mention. Nice update Manan :)