Everyone loves a good tactile feel. Fidget spinner craze of 2017 is a prime example of how a simple toy that gives a 'feel-good' physical sensation can go viral. The original iPod with its click-wheel is another such example (I still proudly have my own). So why are we seeing
IKEA Skadis for organizing electronics is a niche community but definitely something you should look at if you want to organize your dev boards
Could the future of products be mass customization? What would we need to build a virtual factory that can build anything from custom and mass manufactured products?
Linux is one of the greatest open source projects of our time. And the way things stand - it will remain so for a long long time. Why? I think the answer is simple - user choice. A user can choose what filesystem they want to use, what desktop environment
Link to recordings from Zephyr 101 meetup of IoTPune at Espressif Pune. Amit Kucheria of mBedRock spoke about Zephyr in Products, followed by Anuj Deshpande's session on Zephyr's kernel components
List of newsletters for embedded systems and semiconductors
Thoughts on how to license your open source project with the aim of building a successful business on top of it.
I was chatting with people on the Makerville telegram group recently about USB C and I realized that there's some things about this standard that are misunderstood. I think people believe that with USB C they will have a single cable that can be used for everything, and I believe
I was recently thinking about how innovation and government policy sometimes act at odds with each other. To better understand this, I wanted to create a thought experiment and think through how a government (espcially an Indian one) might react. Let's say we build a small machine that allows us
This past week there's been quite some outrage over on the interwebs about the proposed new version of USB and how it's being named. If you don't know much about this, here's a TL;DR 1. USB started off with naming their first version as full speed 2. They followed