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Science

Are Supercapacitors the better Batteries?

I have often wondered why use batteries and not supercapacitors. Supercapacitors are super like Superman or Superwoman. Otherwise, they only would be called “Capacitors.” Right? Where are they “super” and where not? Where can we use them, and how? And the most important question: Are they better than batteries?

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IoT

Arduino C/C++ Source Level Debugging for the ESP32

Dave shows you everything you need to know to get up and running quickly with source-level C/C++ debugging on the Arduino platform using an ESP32 chip. Access call stacks, breakpoints, local variables, watches, and more.

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Data Startups

Analyzing The RIGHT Data is the Next Level Entrepreneurs’ Secret Weapon

In this video, Patrick Bet-David talks about the different ways to understand and analyze data. Maybe not the kind of data you’d expect, which is exactly why you need to watch it.  As a technologist, you always need to think like the people who are cutting your paycheck. Plus PBD is awesome.

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Windows

How to Install Windows 11 on Unsupported CPU & TPM 1.2

In this step-by-step tutorial by Kevin Stratvert, learn how to install Windows 11 on a PC even if your CPU is not officially supported. Officially, Windows 11 requires an Intel 8th Generation and beyond CPU. You also need TPM 2.0. If you try to upgrade with an older CPU or TPM 1.2, you’ll get an […]

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Microsoft

How to use the New Microsoft Whiteboard

In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use the new Microsoft Whiteboard. Whiteboard is a rich visual collaboration workspace. If you want to run an effective meeting, brainstorm, plan a sprint, solve problems, whiteboard is a fantastic tool for all those needs. First we’ll look at how you can get Whiteboard. Then we’ll look at […]

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Video Production

How to Make Animated Cartoon of Yourself in PowerPoint

In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to make an animated cartoon of yourself in Microsoft PowerPoint. Start by using a free add-in called Pixton Cartoon Characters to create an avatar of yourself. You can choose the body type, color, hair, outfit, and the pose. Pixton remembers what characters you’ve created so you can quickly insert […]

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Startups

How Venture Capitalist Tracy Chadwell Cornered the “Silver Tech” Market

Only 2.4% of venture capital founders are women, but after a career spent in law and banking, Tracy Chadwell felt ready to take on the challenge. In 2016 she founded 1843 Capital (named after the year that Ada Lovelace wrote the first computer program). Her fund invests in early-stage startups founded by women who work […]

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