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Internet of Things
Posted: 4 Aug 2016   Updated: 4 Aug 2016   Views: 15,555   Rating: 4.13/5    Votes: 6   Popularity: 3.22
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Saving your sketch status between sessions
Arduino
Posted: 26 Jul 2016   Updated: 2 Aug 2016   Views: 12,420   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.49
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A standard interface for multiple Arduino boards with different firmware
Posted: 27 Jul 2016   Updated: 2 Aug 2016   Views: 8,881   Rating: 4.60/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.19
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A standard interface for multiple Arduino boards with different firmware
Programming Languages
Visual Basic
Posted: 2 Aug 2016   Updated: 11 Aug 2016   Views: 8,690   Rating: 4.29/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.58
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Demo Windows Programme for the standard interface for multiple Arduino boards using ArduinoSerialClassLibrary

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RogerCreagh
Technical Lead Plymouth University
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Engineering career - originally precision mechanical, then electronic, then computer, then telecommuncations, then marketing, then software and everything else involved in specifying, designing, developing and implementing small systems using hardware, firmware and software.

Expertise in various tools and languages over the years as fashions and requirements shifted. Moved from screwdrivers and soldering irons into 8080 and 6502 machine code and thence to many high level languages.

Currently mostly in a .NET standalone windows and web application environment with SQL server but also using LAMP environment when appropriate.

Retiring soon, but always open for interesting projects that float my old wooden sailing boat.