DISCLAIMER: This is a series of posts that are going to be written in Spanish because of two reasons: The content is just personal stuff, secondly because it may act as a guideline for some future Spanish Ultralight pilots and I decide to don’t let the language be a barrier. Esta serie de posts pretenden dar una visión de como he vivido (y vivo) el proceso de obtención de la licencia de piloto ULM.
If you are an Arduino developer using Mac you probably experienced, at some point, driver issues. I want to mention that FTDI USB chip driver is a kind of lottery, sometimes they work without having to install anything, others they just do not. FTDI drivers caused me problems in the past, not only with Arduino boards, forcing me to install, uninstall, clean, and install again several times until magically worked.
I’ve been coding in Go for a while now and I would like to add that I’m very happy to have adopted it as one of my daily use programming languages. I haven’t seen much code from other projects except the standard library, but I noticed that most open source projects developed in go don’t follow a common pattern when declaring scopes, specially in the structs. The following code has been extracted from a well known project and it’s been used around the world:
Introduction. The challenge If you are reading this post, you may probably know what is my job. Before moving to the previous one, tons of doubts came to my mind. The main one was: “Will I feel myself motivated enough in that project?” When choosing a job, motivation is one of the most important considerations to take into account. Unfortunately, this is not an objective factor and it depends on the person.
This is my first post. People usually use the first to talk about what they will post. - “Which topics should my posts follow?”. Did you expect me to do a different approach? I know for sure that I’m not going to talk about politics or religion. This blog intends to be a boring place where a bald guy (yes, It’s me) writes about programming, machines, electronics, traveling, music, food and some personal experiences.