Chariot’s own Rod Biresch contributes to the Ray Wenderlich Android team with his first new content tutorial “Kotlin Coroutines Tutorial for Android : Advanced“. Rod took on the assignment to create a tutorial to give readers more in-depth knowledge of Kotlin Coroutines and how to best use them in Android apps. Coroutines have been implemented … Read More
I’ve been developing in Java for over 17 years on both client and server side. I don’t get involved with the JVM-based “language wars”, quietly frankly it’s because I’m not overly passionate about programming languages. That’s not to say that I don’t have preferences or enjoy languages it’s just that I choose not to put … Read More
I, like most developers, tend to rush into playing around with new technology. What I mean is you get excited when hearing or reading about something new then jump into the deep-end of the pool and while in mid-air throwing your towel to your chair. That’s what happened to me with VectorDrawable. I heard about … Read More
Rod Biresch, one of our Software Engineers, has posted another blog entry on working with the W65C2655XSB microcontroller board. This time, he shows us how we can use machine code to blink the LED, and how it translates to assembly language.
Rod Biresch, one of our Software Engineers, recently wrote a blog post about the W65C265SXB developer board based on 65xx technology. This blog post kicks off a series of posts exploring 65xx technology and how it pertains to the IoNT (Internet of Nano Things) market.
I’ve recently started learning Clojure after a little encouragement from co-worker of mine. I’ve been developing in Java for a while now and spent the last 1 1/2 years with Groovy. The Groovy experience was great and the use of closures certainly “whet my appetite” for functional programming. Ok, for me, when I learn something … Read More