Monthly Archives: November 2015

Blinking an LED with Rust on a Beaglebone Black

I started learning the Rust programming language about a week ago and have high hopes for this becoming one of the main languages I start to use professionally. Before that though, I wanted to find a hobby project to give me more motivation for working with the language on a regular basis, so I spent much of this weekend researching how… Read more »

OnShape FTW

andygrove   November 6, 2015   No Comments on OnShape FTW

When I purchased my 3D printer almost a year ago, my main interest was in being able to design my own objects to print. I was able to print some simple mounts using SketchUp but have struggled to advance beyond simple designs for a long time. Recently, I learned about OnShape from my local makerspace. OnShape is a browser-based, hosted CAD… Read more »