Do you want to read this information? Really? It can be boring, maybe it can even damage your brain... Well, you are warned :)
Let's start from one simple question. Why do people create websites? To be honest, when I created my first website, I could not answer this question. I did it just because it was cool and almost each "advanced" user had his own home page. It was a home for my projects, for my ideas, which were successfully realized, for my personal poetry (Oh, please, do not ask me to send you one of my verses! :))
Well, all this stuff happened a lot years ago. Now this website became a small collection of my own projects and, due to its blog-like format, a collection of small notes about electronics, about programming, about other stuff which is interesting for me.
I do not promise to write a new article or even a note once a week, even once a month. Updates can be very irregular, topics can be very different, I can even accidentally break everything! :) Oops... Forget, I didn't say anything. Just let it be as it is.
If you read this page and dig for information about me - I'll give you a bit. I'm a programmer, which works with hardware. Mostly I work with MCU, but Linux is also in my list of interests, because it can work on low-power boards.
If you want to know my hardware environment, here is it (at the moment of publication). I'll try to keep this list in actual state.
|Several STM32F10x dev. boards||I prefer STM32 because it's easier to find|
|ST-Link v2||Probably the best debugger for STM MCUs|
|Beaglebone black||Dev. board with AM3359 ARM processor (from TI)|
|AVRISP mkII||Yes, sometimes I write programs even for AVR MCUs :)|
|USB<=>Serial(TTL)||Very useful cable. Try to find cable which support high serial port baud rates (921600, etc.)|
That's all for now. Good luck and hope you will find this website useful :-)