It’s been a while since I’ve written a review.
I guess I it’s because I don’t come across too many novelties lately.
The Mooshimeter is such a novelty. It’s a digital multimeter, without a display. At first this sounds counter productive, because what’s the use of a multimeter without a display? Not to worry though, because the Mooshimeter can do everything a normal multimeter can, and much, much more.
Here’s my review of my Mooshimeter.
Since the end of 2016 the third generation of my SB-Assembler is now cross platform and runs equally well on Linux, OSx and Windows machines. It is a macro cross assembler which supports an ever growing number of micro processor and micro controller families.
I hope you enjoy programming in assembly with this tool as much as I do. And I'd love to hear from you and your projects.
I've hired a new minion, Kevin is his name.
Kevin likes to roam around and is often connected to the internet through any available Wifi network.
Most of those networks are not even mine, so I can't open any ports there.
So how do I access Kevin's services then?
Simple through the TOR network.
I recommend you read this page if you have a similar situation, where you have a server of any kind on a strange network, and you still want to be able to access it from anywhere.
The SB-Assembler is a free cross-assembler, which can be used to create programs for a large variety of micro processors and micro controllers. Version 3 of the SB-Assembler runs on any computer which is capable of running at least Python 2.4.
This is where you'll find the some of my electronics projects. Feel free to browse them for some ideas or use the projects as they are if you think they are useful to you.
I have also done many software projects. Some of them can be found here. All software projects are free to download.
Here's another little corner on my website.
This is where you can find some tips on repairing electronic circuits.
It is also home to some general tips and tricks I find useful during my electronics adventures.
And remember, if you can't fix it with a hammer, you'll need a bigger hammer.
Long before the invention of the USB-bus I wanted to connect multiple devices to one serial port.
That's when the SB-Bus was born.
It allows me to connect up to 125 devices to one serial port.