Experience the transformative power of Arduino as I share my journey of upgrading a 3D printed wandering hour clock. Discover how I overcame obstacles, replaced the clock movement with a stepper motor, and enhanced the Arduino code to synchronize time with an NTP server and implement a web server interface for management and troubleshooting. Check out the instructions and code on my GitHub repository.
When I became a father, I had to warm up the milk for my daughter every couple of hours. The most popular milk warmer on the market doesn’t come with a timer, so I had to plug the bottle warmer in, start a timer on my phone and unplug the warmer when timer is up. […]
I use an android app – Tachiyomi to download and read my favorite comics. Tachiyomi is a free and open source manga reader for Android with support for various extensions. Some of the features include online and offline reading from over a thousand sources, tracking and switching between sources, a configurable reading experience with multiple […]
When I bought my new home, I was very excited to finally be able to automate my garage cover. It always annoyed me when I had to push a button to open and close the garage cover, so I considered purchasing the Tesla Automatic Garage Opener for $325. But I simply couldn’t justify the cost […]
I recently ran into an interesting problem with cleaning up some uploads from my Netgear Meural account. The mobile app and web interface both let me upload pictures and videos to a playlist, but when I delete the playlist it won’t delete the media items from the playlist. The only way to delete the media […]
If you are like me who has 100s of articles saved to read for later and uses “Pocket” to browse offline, you might find it difficult to organize this list without tags. Pocket lets you add tags manually, but that means every time I add an article, I have to add tags and there is […]
I am so happy to win another hackathon at Shutterstock. My team developed a chrome extension called “Jenkins Nanny” after getting tired of spending so much time babysitting Jenkins. Demo
For my wedding site, I wanted a simple, yet elegant and fast website. In this post, I am going to share how I went about creating my wedding site and ended up hosting my website on GitHub for free. Step 1: Domain Purchasing a domain was very straightforward I used GoDaddy to purchase the domain […]