Archive for December 2013

Eagle or Kicad?

Learning a new software requires time, patience and skills! Beside these trivial aspects, each software has its concepts which turn to be their signatures and lead to fan clubs or … detractor groups. Computer Assisted Design (CAD) software are among the  most complex software. They consist in a mix of technical and mathematical functions which […]

Measuring temperatures with TMP03/04 (Part 6)

Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 This post could be nammed “Ooops of the day”… I recently added the PlainTMP0x library in an application which is running over very long period of times. In its previous version, the code would periodically send an error instead of a valid temperature. As this periodicity was very long (days), it was […]

Though of the day

Although South Africa is far away from home, 12 hours non stop fly from Paris to Johannesburg , circumstances made me more or less “aware” about the situation there. I clearly remember during my HP times that one of the “Measure” internal newspaper was dedicated to South Africa, right in the middle of the most […]