Monthly Archives: May 2011

Re-use and recycle: various gardening hacks

Upside-down Tomato Planter I was reading online about upside-down tomato planters, and how particular varieties of tomato grow well in hanging baskets and the like.  We had recently finished a pot of rice, and I had kept the container just … Continue reading

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Hexy: Binary to Hex Array Converter.

Just after the second hack night,  Tim was temporarily staying at my house for a while, and one evening just happened to be working on some embedded PIC stuff. He was writing a system to serve an image over a … Continue reading

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Lazarus Talk at Barcamp Canterbury 1

This weekend just gone saw the first Barcamp to occur in my home town of Canterbury. It went incredibly well and was greatly enjoyable. It was my first Barcamp, and I presented one presentation on the open source Lazarus IDE, the slides … Continue reading

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