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Unlocking the Galileo's secret serial port


Since I haven't blogged for some time and I'm only getting back to working with the Intel Galileo again, I've decided to write up a quick tutorial to make up for lost time. In this tutorial I'll address a key drawback to the Intel Galileo and a handy solution to remedy.

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Date: January 26th at 9:14am

Tweeting Galileo


Since I've recently succeeded in getting my Galileo online, I've wasted no time in pressing it to its full potential as an IoT board. In this tutorial I'm recasting the Galileo as a Twitter-Bot to post my tweets to the world!

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Date: December 6th at 12:16pm

Internet Sharing with the Galileo


As a continuation on since my last post, I wanted to take things a little further and enable WiFi sharing on my Mac over ethernet. In turn, allowing my Galileo to access the internet. Do it yourself in just five steps.

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Date: December 5th at 2:31pm

Ethernet on Galileo with static IP


Since I've decided to migrate over to Eclipse in order to program my Galileo, I've needed a persistent IP address in order to make a target connection. Since I couldn't find much in the way of instructions online, I decided on writing my own tutorial to guide others through the process, step by step.

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Date: November 25th at 11:13am

Introduction to the Yún


A few days back I had my first look at the Intel Galileo. Since then, I've had time to cast my eye over another remarkable IoT board - the Arduino Yún.

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Date: September 1st at 2:00pm
Author: Gregory Kelleher
Tags: arduino, intel, IOT

First steps with Intel's Galileo


Yesterday, I finally had the chance to set up my new Intel Galileo (Gen 2). Not an easy task as I found out!

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Date: August 17th at 11:12am
Tags: arduino, intel, IOT

How I made my robot


Settle in for a long read; today I wanted to write about how I built my robot - straight from scratch.

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Date: July 26th at 9:33am

Primitive Motor Control Tutorial


When it comes to controlling motors using an Arduino, there's never a shortage of options. One such way is by using a small but capable integrated circuit like the SN754410. And here's why.

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Date: May 4th at 1:04pm

LED Display Driver Tutorial


There are many different ways of controlling LEDs using an Arduino and using a MAX7219CNG chip is one such way. You’ll most likely stumble across it much like I did once you’ve exhausted all your options using shift registers & ‘daisy-chaining’ begins sounding monotonous.

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Date: April 4th at 3:34pm
Tags: arduino, tutorial