Niner since 2013
Technical Evangelist for Microsoft
Let's dev this.Let's dev this. Oct 27, 2015 at 1:00AM 0 Jennifer Marsman , Sam Stokes , David Washington [MSFT] , Jerry Nixon , ChrisCaldwell , Jeremy Foster , Bret Stateham , DaveVoyles , Maria Naggaga , Stacey Mulcahy , matheneyc , thenappingkat , DrCrook and laurentran
We code to put our stamp on the world. To build something surprising or useful, or just to make our friends laugh. We code to make life easier and more productive. We code because we can. What will you build next?
Project: Shots, Shots, Shots
Electronics for the Uninitiated : Creating your own Touch Sensor
Electronics for the Uninitiated: Using a Breadboard
Have a few breadboards, but not sure how they really work ? We'll go through the basics of breadboard - the essential building block for your electronics kit. Get prototyping your electrical circuits quickly with one of these.
Arduino talks back to Node.js - Drama on the Serial Port
Ever wanted to communicate with an Arduino using Node? We'll explore how to write values from an Arduino and get capture those values in a Node app using serial communication.
This tutorial will show you how to use the node-serialport module https://github.com/voodootikigod/node-serialport to communicate...
Making the Internet of Things - TweetHeart - A NeoPixel Heart that is Twitter Sensitive
Cards, flowers, candy. The usual suspects for gift giving on Valentine’s Day are abound and plentiful. If however, you want to really stand out this year and let your loved one know how much you truly care --- a Twitter sensitive NeoPixel Heart is what the love doctor has ordered! Join Stacey Mulcahy...
Making the Internet of Things - How to DIY a DDR Mat on the Cheap for Your Unity2d Game
What better way to celebrate the New Year than by creating your very own DDR (yes…that stands for “Dance, Dance Revolution!”) mat on the cheap! In today’s show Stacey Mulcahy shows us how we can build our own pressure sensor mat and then tie it into a Unity2D game.
Check out the full article here!
Making the Internet of Things - "The Mistletoe Wingman"
‘Tis the Season, boys and girls, and welcome to our helpful holiday tips and tricks episode with IoT! :) Well…actually its just one tip…but it’s a good one! In today’s show, Stacey Mulcahy shows us how we can build our very own “Mistletoe Wingman” --- an automated mistletoe wielding device...
Making the Internet of Things - "SkrillTrex" -The Dubstep Dino
Happy Halloween ghouls and goblins! In today’s “terrifying…ly” clever show, Stacey Mulcahy walks us through Project #1 in her Internet of Things (IoT) series ...a dubstepping dino built with Arduino and Processing!! If you’ve ever had the desire to drop some bass with a dino dubbing puppet (or anything...
Microsoft DevRadio: Making the Internet of Things - An Intro to Microprocessors
Stacey Mulcahy kicks off a new multi-part series today on the Internet of Things (IoT)! What things you ask? Well how about we start off with an introduction to hardware and microprocessors for those of you that have a mostly software background and then we’ll see what cool and interesting things we...