How to design your own CPU from scratch – Part 4

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

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How to design your own CPU from scratch – Part 3

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

Quick build: DIY bench power supply from an old computer’s PSU

I have taken apart several old computers this weekend and so I had several old PSU laying around afterwards. I opened one up that was known to be faulty, that’s why I got the computer for free. So I took a quick look inside and several caps were leaking. I decided not to throw it away, instead I repaired the PSU and gave the internals a new life. I actually had this idea years ago but I didn’t have a spare PSU I could take apart. Here is a rough guide on how to build your own power supply for almost no cost at all! Continue reading Quick build: DIY bench power supply from an old computer’s PSU

Mac Apps with Xamarin – Hello World Tutorial

Some time ago I wrote an article about how to get started with Windows 10 App development. This article will introduce you to Mac-Apps and will guide you through the process of programming one with Xamarin and C#.

Easy to follow video included at the end of the article.

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