I have a Raspberry Pi and Nvidia TX2 just sitting around since I moved. I decided add a new random goal to push off working on my programming. So, I going to install OctoPrint on the RPi to run my 3d printer. Maybe add a camera or get a large printer but anyways ... I … Continue reading Add a random goal
I had an itch, ordered a new WiFi router and some more ram for my desktop. Due to some shipping delays, took over a week to show up. First night with my new toys ... Motherboard does not see the additional ram but I move on to trying to configure the WiFi router. The pin … Continue reading Nerd Victories
My new 2018 iPad Pro Folio keyboard ... not too shabby. The keys are vastly different than any other keyboard I’ve used but I was a terrible touch typer anywho.
Ok, going to give another go … I think I can use the prime checker to start at the high end and work my way down. It will probably take longer but I won’t have try to size an array and track prime factors. Include some stuff, maybe some libraries? Num, Current, Result Create our … Continue reading Project Euler #3 Pseudocode II
Better late then never, eh? Health Being weighable - I keep thinking I'm just ounces but scale still sayin' max. Quit smoking - I was doing well tracking my cigs/day and working it down. Then I had too much fun at my brother's wedding and it went back up. Run a 5k - I ran my … Continue reading End of Oct summary
Did you know that OSX comes with a VNCviewer? Open up finder and do the Apple magic key and 'k' ... there you go. Oh ... and I guess you need somewhere to connect to. I installed on Xvnc via apt-get on my Ubuntu "workstation" and tada ... I can connect, login and have a … Continue reading Xvnc Magic!
I'm a firm believer that if you're having a problem writing your code, it is because you wrote bad pseudocode. Maybe it didn't have enough detail or a bad layout. Or maybe I ... I mean you ... you just don't know what you are doing. I bring this up because I wasted three hours … Continue reading Project Euler #3 BAD Pseudocode