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Mayfair Greenhouse Project

18th of March, 2014

Progress reports and fun photos. Settling on a control system based on Arduino (of course) and the CC3000 wireless shield. For now, I am just going to use a DHT22 Temperature and humidity sensor I got from Adafruit. I am also experimenting with a Weather Shield by Sparkfun too. So in my layout, I have

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Mayfair Greenhouse

27th of February, 2014

Version [BETA] I have been working on a greenhouse design. The greenhouse in the photos below is not the actual greenhouse. It is the prototype I set up to help me figure out the automation systems and climate stuff. The real greenhouse will be built from what works on this model, and will probably be

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Shiny things.

13th of January, 2014

New year. Things all over my radar right now: + MQTT + Before I forget, check out this awesome Mechatronics resource/cheat sheet: http://www.saylor.org/courses/me302/ + Yummy: The Wolfram Data Framework  + Owncloud. It’s time. And here is a nice, simple way to set up Owncloud on AWS : http://www.comtechies.com/2013/04/how-to-set-up-owncloud-storage-server.html + Lots of people and companies are

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Startup Engineering

24th of June, 2013

+ I started taking the Coursera class, Startup Engineering. So far, it’s interesting and it forces me to look at node.js which I have been trying to get to for a long time but just never found the reason. This class uses it for the assignments and so that should prompt me to jump in

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Assets and Stuff

15th of May, 2013

+ New to AppFog but so far it seems to work. I’m still learning but it is better than Heroku from what I see so far. I didn’t like Heroku because they just invented names for things that should just be called what they are. Dynos and Fugus?” Shut up please. That, and they were