You might remember that one article I wrote about Lambda expressions in Java last year. In that article I took a quick look at what Lambda expressions are and how you can use them in Java. This article was quite popular and I thought it’s about time that I write something about regular expressions here on nerdhut. However I only wanted to give you an introduction about regular expressions and how you can use them in your Java code to detect patterns in a text or to search for something. Continue reading Regular Expressions in Java
I started doing a new series on the YouTube-channel, in which I order cheap electronics DIY kits from banggood.com and then I review, what they sent me.
Continue reading Banggood stuff Ep. 1 | 16 music 16 sound box kit
Just a little off-topic article with video. I wanted to do this, since the game came out in 2008 and I’m currently working on a video that I want to release in 2018 ,as this article suggests, so I needed some recordings of me playing bowling in GTA IV and I thought to myself: “Why not try it now?”. So I tried it and here is the result. Enjoy!
Continue reading GTA IV perfect game of bowling (300 pts.)
In this article I want to cover an alternative I’ve come across while building the “real” word clock project. This version will not feature a 12×12 LED-Matrix display. Instead it’s made with LED strips and only the significant words on the clock can light up. With this method you can’t display custom messages, but the whole build won’t cost you as much either. Read all about this build in this article or watch this video:
Continue reading Homemade DIY word clock – Low cost variant
I recently worked on a video that I plan to publish in 2018 and I had some shots left-over which are nice, but didn’t make it into the video. I decided to publish them in their own video (I also included some nice clips, that actually made it into the final video, just a sneak peek). Watch it here:
Continue reading GTA IV time-lapse and landscape shots
In this part I’ll design the 4-phase-clock of this CPU and I’ll connect all the missing connections between the components. Continue reading How to design your own CPU from scratch – Part 4
In this part of the series I’ll show you the necessary components for storing and executing programs on our micro processor! I’ll try to keep this part quite short, because I already explained in detail what a micro-instruction is and what it consists of on this CPU in part 2! So, let’s get the ball rolling. Continue reading How to design your own CPU from scratch – Part 3