As you may know, for building a successful calculator, you would need to build expression trees. In my most recent video, I implemented the node structure of that tree with lots of different operations. TL;DR: The video is on-air and ready to be watched! Find my channel here, and the video is embedded below:
I Made the Code From My First Video Work!
It was a painfull couple of bugs there, but I correctly implemented the functionality, added unit tests and compiled the work. It is kind of verified for me right now, so I will build on that with pride and honor. It includes some LoFi/Chill kind of music attached to it, so let me know if […]
So I Just Uploaded My First Video Ever
TL; DR: You can watch the video here. And it’s on C++!!!! I started a new challange where I will build a scientific calculator that can handle common logarithmic and trigonometric functions. It will have its own parser, expression tree builder and calculator. It will also solve linear equations. I plan to have these videos […]
Should I Learn Rust Now?
As you know, my main role is an Embedded Software Developer. This requires a certain skillset. These skills include different operating systems, different programing languages and some environments. Rust is a new language that can be used in embedded systems, and it has been on my TODO list for a while. I think the time […]
Why I am Moving Away from C++?
I’m an embedded SW developer for nearly six years, and the job nearly comes with C++. C++ is one of the most capable languages an embedded developer can use from their toolkit. Nearly all job listings will include C++ in it. However, I’m planning to move on with the second word of “Embedded Software” from […]
A temporary e-mail from your terminal: tmpmail
tmpmail is a command-line program that can create temporary email addresses for you to hand over places in order to avoid spams and protect your identity. The tool uses 1secmail’s API, with the help of curl, jq, and w3m.Once it is installed, the tool has options to generate a new temporary mail address for you […]
How to Remote Develop or Debug over SSH Connection?
While developing code for a different machine, either a huge server or a tiny embedded host, you’ll need to develop on a remote environment. Your connection of choice probably will be SSH, and here is how to develop in that setup. You have two different choices in this setup. First, you can develop locally and […]
How to Pipe to or from Clipboard in a Bash Script?
Using a clipboard is a habit of graphical user interfaces. Although it is possible to do anything you want in a text-based terminal, old habits die hard. So is there a way to use your clipboard, by either filling or emptying it, in the terminal in a FIFO? xclip There is a way to achieve […]
How to Install Packages to Offline Ubuntu or Debian Machines
We all face this problem time to time and it becomes time consuming for the packages that have lots of dependencies. Downloading, copying and installing one-by-one, and by hand is nearly impossible for these packages. So, here’s what you need to do for installing packages offline to your Debian or Ubuntu machine. In a Machine […]
What is DMA?
Direct Memory Access is an infrsatructure used for communications between CPU memory and hardware. The advantage of it over regular IO is, while using DMA, CPU is mostly not a part of the communication and thus the transfer is not consuming much CPU cycles. That changes focus of the CPU cycles away from IO operations, […]