So recently I got my hands on the RPC-4224 Rackmount Server from Norcotek. It is an amazing piece of engineering and design being able to hold 24 hot-swappable (SATA2/3 or SAS 6G) drive bays in just 4U rackmount space.
Continue reading for the review…
Yay! Just got an email saying I successfully completed SOCIS 2012 with GNU Octave! I would like to thank my mentor Juan Pablo Carbajal and Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso for help and the support during this program.
If of interest: proposal, progress reports and a wiki of contributed functionality.
P.S. Even efter SOCIS ended, I will remain a part of the awesome community ;-)
What do you do when you have way too much free time over weekend? Yes, you make a Logic Analyzer using GNU Octave…
So after the press release on 2012/04/03 I can finally share what I have been working on for a past ~year! Currently I am a 2nd year undergrad at the University of Edinburgh and due to right circumstances (thanks go to Prof. Sethu Vijayakumar) I was able to become a part of awesome project, BLUE (Bipedal Locomotion at the University of Edinburgh). BLUE is a new type of bipedal robot, in fact, first in the world, which can control the stiffness and damping of its joints independently. It is an Alexander Enoch’s PhD (University of Edinburgh) project.
This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to install LXC on Debian Squeeze (and possibly other versions). I wrote this down as a reminder to myself because I was unable to find one consistent example source that worked for me. I will not talk what LXC is or why is it good, it has been already done in numerous places. Continue reading
Quick post of something useful I found recently:
Anyone who works with LaTeX knows how time-consuming it can be to find a symbol in symbols-a4.pdf that you just can’t memorize. Detexify is an attempt to simplify this search.
How do you know if you really understand something? You know that you really understand something if you can turn to the person next to you and explain it to him. How do you know that you really really understand something? If you can explain it to somebody who is not very bright. How do you know if you really really really understand something? Get a computer to do it! What could be more moronic than a computer? So the way you that know that you truly understand something is not if you can do it, not if you can explain it to somebody else, but if you can explain it well enough, that is write a program, that gets a computer to do it. -Philip Wadler, 01/11/2010.
As most of my close friends already know, I was invited to the Campus Party Europe, a event brought by The Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation which will be held in Madrid from 14th – 18th April, during the Spanish Presidency of the European Union.
Campus Party Europe: a special edition of what is considered the biggest event for technology, creativity and digital culture online in the world.
Several people have asked me how do I make my PCB’s, the short answer would be: DP50+UV+B327=PCB, and the long one: