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Embedded is the show for people who love gadgets. Making them, breaking them, and everything in between. Weekly interviews with engineers, educators, and enthusiasts. Find the show, blog, and more at embedded.fm.
 
Chris, J. and Ben aren‘t entirely sure why they‘re doing this. Is it out of love for Star Wars, or is it out of hate for Star Wars? Do they want to kill a sacred cow within their hearts? Or are they just incredibly dumb individuals with opinions™©®? They‘re not sure. One thing is for certain. They‘re doing this. One mainline Star Wars movie a week until the galaxy collapses in on itself. What has begun cannot be undone. Watch them as they slowly go crazy, lose all logical points of view, fai ...
 
In an effort to accomplish one of the main goals of this publication since its founding in 2013, and in attempt to highlight the relevance, brilliance, and rich tradition of conservative intellectualism, THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE has begun releasing weekly podcasts. These podcasts will use the worldview of conservatism as a lens to assess, analyze, and explain a variety of issues that face the United States and the world today. Rather than simply dismissing our opponents' arguments, however, and ...
 
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In this episode Cody Roux talks about the Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorems. We gothrough it’s underlying historical context, Hilbert’s Program, how it relateswith Turing, Church, Von Neumann, Termination and more. Links Cody’s dblp The Lady or the Tiger? Logicomix An Introduction to Gödel’s Theorems Jeremy Avigad’s Lecture Notes…
 
The 10th Rotation comes to a close with not a scream, but a giggle. Grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode IX and hit play when we count down to one, and join us one last time as we offer our warped perspective on The Rise Of Skywalker!By Star Wars. Every Week. Forever.
 
Tom Anderson returned to the show to describe how transistors and passives work. We discuss everything from vacuum tubes to diodes to transistors (PNP and NPN) to resistors and capacitors. We search for synonyms among the confusing terminology of cathodes, plates, emitters, anodes, grids, bases, and collectors. This was a tech heavy episode so litt…
 
Tom Anderson returned to the show to describe how transistors and passives work. We discuss everything from vacuum tubes to diodes to transistors (PNP and NPN) to resistors and capacitors. We search for synonyms among the confusing terminology of cathodes, plates, emitters, anodes, grids, bases, and collectors. This was a tech heavy episode so litt…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode VIII and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch The Last Jedi together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!By Star Wars. Every Week. Forever.
 
In this episode I had the pleasure to have an in-depth conversation with ConalElliott about his life, his work, his philosophy and his many opinions aboutresearch and the current state of PL Research and how it lead him to come withthe concept of Denotational Design. Conal got his PhD at CMU in the 90s underFrank Pfenning working on Higher-Order Un…
 
Ethan Slattery joined us to talk about animals, animal trackers, and how they work. Ethan works for Wildlife Computers. They use the Argos Network for data transfer. He was previously at MBARI and worked with Engineers for Exploration as an undergraduate. Ethan is also known as CrustyAuklet on Twitter and Github. He also has an Instagram page. Thin…
 
Ethan Slattery joined us to talk about animals, animal trackers, and how they work. Ethan works for Wildlife Computers. They use the Argos Network for data transfer. He was previously at MBARI and worked with Engineers for Exploration as an undergraduate. Ethan is also known as CrustyAuklet on Twitter and Github. He also has an Instagram page. Thin…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode VII and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch The Force Awakens together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!…
 
Amanda “w0z” Wozniak spoke with us about her career through biomedical engineering and startups. Amanda contributed a chapter to Building Open Source Hardware: DIY Manufacturing. (A book we spoke with Alicia Gibb about in #289.) Amanda’s chapter was titled Design Process: How to Get from Nothing to Something. For more information about the companie…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode VI and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch Return of the Jedi together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!…
 
Chris and Elecia chat about tools, interrupts, and general happenings. Thank you to Newark for supporting the show! The part that was not guessed was an RF FET: MRF1K50HR5. Elecia found MCU on Eclipse (Eric Styger)’s tutorials on Visual Studio Code for C/C++ with ARM Cortex-M (Part 1). Embedded has a Patreon page where you can get access to the Sla…
 
Chris and Elecia chat about tools, interrupts, and general happenings. Thank you to Newark for supporting the show! The part that was not guessed was an RF FET: MRF1K50HR5. Elecia found MCU on Eclipse (Eric Styger)’s tutorials on Visual Studio Code for C/C++ with ARM Cortex-M (Part 1). Embedded has a Patreon page where you can get access to the Sla…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode V and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch Empire Strikes Back together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode IV and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch A New Hope together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!By Star Wars. Every Week. Forever.
 
This week we talk about CircuitPython with Adafruit's Kattni Rembor and Scott Shawcroft. The suggested first board is CircuitPlayground Express with LEDs, sensors, and buttons. CircuitPython is also available for many other boards including the BLE Feather (NRF52832). For a basic introduction take a look at What is CircuitPython and see some exampl…
 
This week we talk about CircuitPython (@CircuitPython) with @adafruit’s Kattni Rembor (@kattni) and Scott Shawcroft (@tannewt). The suggested first board is CircuitPlayground Express with LEDs, sensors, and buttons. CircuitPython is also available for many other boards including the BLE Feather (NRF52832). For a basic introduction take a look at Wh…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode III and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch Revenge Of The Sith together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!…
 
in this episode we interview Jesper Cockx, one of the core developers on Agda.We talk about the philosophy behind Agda, his work on pattern matching, theUniqueness of Identity of Proofs, UIP for short, and why it is inconsistentwith Homotopy Type Theory. Links Jesper’s Website Jesper’s Twitter: @agdakx Jesper’s PhD Thesis Rewrite Theory paper Patte…
 
In the eighty-fifth agonizing week straight of watching Air Force One every single week forever, the gang has hit peak delirium and fallen back in love with this film truly and wholly. Join them as they talk little hoop earrings, Hollywood Gun tropes, the immense difference in technology between 1997 and 2022, Comrade Landlord and Gordon, President…
 
Machine learning engineer and science fiction author S. B. Divya joined us to talk about artificial intelligence, robotics, and humanity. Divya’s first full-length book is Machinehood which has been nominated for a Nebula (as was her novella Runtime). You can find more about Divya on her website (sbdivya.com) or on her Wikipedia page. Divya also co…
 
Machine learning engineer and science fiction author S. B. Divya joined us to talk about artificial intelligence, robotics, and humanity. Divya’s first full-length book is Machinehood which has been nominated for a Nebula (as was her novella Runtime). You can find more about Divya on her website (sbdivya.com) or on her Wikipedia page. Divya also co…
 
As the 10th Rotation continues, so to do our watch-alongs! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode II and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch Attack Of The Clones together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full film!…
 
In this episode me, Eric and Nitin continues our conversation started in thelast episode. This time we move our attention to the cool projects happeningin Coq, in particular commenting through the projects mentioned in AndrewAppel’s keynote “Coq’s Vibrant Ecosystem for verification engineering” thattook place in CPP’22 which is colocated with POPL …
 
Mihir Shah of Royal Circuits joined us to talk about how PCBs are fabricated and how companies are funded. Mihir was CEO of InspectAR before they were acquired by Cadence. Mihir works for Royal Circuits and runs a newsletter called TheAnalog.io We talked about InspectAR on Embedded 384: What Is a Board File? with Liam Cadigan. Transcript for this s…
 
Mihir Shah of Royal Circuits joined us to talk about how PCBs are fabricated and how companies are funded. Mihir was CEO of InspectAR before they were acquired by Cadence. Mihir works for Royal Circuits and runs a newsletter called TheAnalog.io We talked about InspectAR on Embedded 384: What Is a Board File? with Liam Cadigan. Transcript for this s…
 
It's the dawning of Rotation 10, and with it comes a daring new way to listen! So grab some popcorn, sit back in your seats, flip on Episode I and hit play when we count down to one, because we're all going to watch The Phantom Menace together! Join us as we give our own, warped perspective commentary over the full Phantom Menace film!…
 
Jorvon Moss (Odd Jayy) joined us to talk about making robots, steampunk aesthetics, uploading consciousness to AIs, and the importance of drawing. You can find Jay on Twitter (@Odd_Jayy) and Instagram (@odd_jayy). He’s been moving his Hackster projects over to Digikey’s Maker.io space: www.digikey.com/en/maker. Jay’s projects are collected here. El…
 
Abandoned by tiredness at the last minute by Ben's roommate, join the gang as they sleepwalk through the last episode of this rotation, with bright, tired eyes toward the future 10th rotation live commentaries. Listen as they ask J what an episode of Book Of Boba Fett she hasn't watched was like, ill-advised reflections on how it could effect Obi-W…
 
Chris and Elecia talk about burnout, a SPI + RTOS bug, newsletters, receiving feedback, Elecia’s class, and listener projects. Elecia’s Making Embedded Systems course on Classpert is starting a new cohort on March 19th. She gave a live talk related to the class about looking beneath the surface of Arduino (YouTube version). She’s excited about the …
 
Once again with Ben's roommate and their horror over Rose possibly dying, the gang settles into a difficult watch. Join them as they talk how broken they are, the Lucas Scale, try to figure out DJ, go in depth on the gang's Star Wars consumption versus J's aversion to consuming any unnecessary Star Wars content, Austin Powers, classic video games, …
 
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