Interesting

Career

How Personal Projects Make You A Better Developer

I’ve often felt that my personal projects have propelled my career faster than just about anything else. Here’s a great article on why that is. This is like when you let kids color outside of the lines. You start to think and see things differently. Plus you get to try different things in the process. […]

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Hardware

Why Are Circuit Boards Green?

Why are PCBs so often green instead of another color?

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Interesting Robotics

How Many Robots Does it Take to Run a Grocery Store?

Tom Scott gets inside access to one of Ocado’s grocery warehouses, where thousands of mechanical boxes move on the Hive.

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Hardware

NVIDIA ISC21 Special Address

NVIDIA provides an in-depth overview of the latest news, innovations, and technologies in AI supercomputing from Marc Hamilton, VP of Solutions Architecture and Engineering.

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Hardware

Is Air Cooled Actually Better Than Liquid Cooled?

If you can’t put your high performance PC under the water, then Tech Ingredients has an experiment that you may be interested in.

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Mobile Space

SpaceX Starlink Public Beta – Pricing & Details Released

Last night SpaceX sent out the first batch of invitations to people who have expressed interest in being a part of the public beta testing of the Starlink satellite internet constellation. And for the first time – SpaceX has shared actual pricing information! Mobile Internet Resource Center takes a closer look.

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Hardware

The US Electrical System is Not 120V

Technology Connections explains that the US electrical system is more than 120V, despite what you may have heard. As for me, I rather enjoy central air.

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Science

A Computer That Runs on Marbles

The Action Lab explains the Turing Tumble that is an actual working computer with real logic.

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Interesting

What is a Centrifugal Switch?

Jeremy Fielding explores the Centrifugal Switch. What is it? Why is it important?

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IoT Maker

Why Build an Entire Computer on Breadboards?

Ben Eater explains why he likes to build entire computers on breadboard. 

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