Jump into a topic – learn something new

Today is Friday again (thank god!) and therefore you have two full days of free time. If the weather is bad or you just don’t feel like doing physical activities this weekend, you can always just sit down and learn something you wanted to be able to do for a long time. So get active (not in a physical way) and use your spare 48 hours to learn something new. This article will present you our most popular tutorials you might have missed!

BeagleBone Black PRU Hello World
This is our most successful article by now. Read about the BeagleBone Black’s Programmable Realtime Unit (PRU) and learn how to use it for your realtime applications. This tutorial covers Linux device trees, the C programming language, assembler programming and a bit of electronics.

Programming basics
This website covers a lot of projects and topics where something is programmed. If you always wanted to start programming but you don’t know where to start, this is the perfect series for you. It is our second most successful series of articles and it covers the very basic (object oriented) programming concepts in Java.

Exact timings on a Raspberry Pi
This article teaches you how to use the hardware clock capabilities of your Raspberry Pi to create exact timings. The generated waveforms, shown in this article, are almost as good, as the ones created with a real realtime system, so give it a read, if you are into this kind of stuff!

Of course there are a lot more tutorials and series you can enjoy on nerdhut! This post is part of the WordPress Daily Post Program. It was recommended by a reader that I should try to write an article, don’t worry, I won’t post such articles on a daily bases.

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