Make: Paper Inventions is a book about things you can do with paper. This is a very practical book with projects going from actually making paper, to paper machines and even a bit of origami. It took me over 10 months to get through this book. Read on to find out why.
Today, I’m soldering. I’m putting together a basic electronic circuit, just because I can. Thanks to the Boldport club, this is going to be a monthly thing and, on top of that, I get an insight in the history of the circuitry that I’m making.
Jekyll is a static site generator. It allows you to run a blog on a minimal server with minimal security worries and no spamming. Because it’s all based on files, it tends to be a bit more technical than blogging in WordPress. I’ve previously written about Jekyll, but now it was time to actually migrate a site from WordPress to Jekyll.
Over the Christmas break I built a RepRap 3D printer. Everything went well until it was finished. The information on getting started with actual printing is very fragmented and all over the place. So here’s a short guide for any budding RepRappers who can’t wait to get started.
Last year, I followed the Functional Programming course on Coursera by Martin Odersky. It was a thorough introduction to Scala. Right now I’m reading Pragmatic Scala by Venkat Subramaniam. So it was about time for some actual Scala code.