Data Compression: The Complete Reference Giambattista della Porta, a Renaissance scientist, was the author in 1558 of Magia Naturalis (Natural Magic), a book in which he discusses many subjects, including demonology, magnetism, and the camera obscura. The book mentions an imaginary device that has since become known as the “sympathetic telegraph.” This device was to have... The New Shop Class: Getting Started with 3D Printing, Arduino, and Wearable Tech
The New Shop Class connects the worlds of the maker and hacker with that of the scientist and engineer. If you are a parent or educator or a budding maker yourself, and you feel overwhelmed with all of the possible technologies, this book will get you started with clear discussions of what open source technologies like 3D printers,...
The Future of Software Engineering
This book focuses on defining the achievements of software engineering in the past decades and showcasing visions for the future. It features a collection of articles by some of the most prominent researchers and technologists who have shaped the field: Barry Boehm, Manfred Broy, Patrick Cousot, Erich Gamma, Yuri Gurevich, Tony Hoare, Michael...
Pro Windows PowerShell I remember the first time I got to play with Windows PowerShell—I had some spare time on my hands, and after reading a blog post, I quickly set off to download the unofficial pre-release bits that were available at the time. I originally had very low expectations about the tool—all I wanted was a shell that is up to par with its UNIX... Intermediate Robot Building
Greetings robot builder!
Over the years, I’ve created many homemade robots (some of which, only the builder could love). However, with each successive robotic generation, I try to gradually expand my knowledge of electronics, mechanics, machining, software, and art by experimenting with new techniques, features, or parts...
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