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Open Hardware: Drones and ROVs, artistic project

You may have noticed a bit of emptiness in this blog in the last few months: I’m not apologizing for not posting, just explaining what I’ve been doing in the past months (and probably doing in the next ones too). Web.NET European Conference Probably already obvious to the most loyal readers, I’m organizing with the help of Ugo Lattanzi the First European Web.NET Conference. It was a busy period and lots of stuff to do, but it was rewarding: we released a brand new website, we’ve got some great sponsors, and we are running the call for presentations...

8 books (and 3 kits) to get started with Arduino

A few days ago, as part of my summer book list post, I posted the resources to get started with Node.js. Another of my area of interest since one year is also Arduino and the so called “Internet of Things”. What Arduino is For those of you who don’t know what Arduino is, the short answer, taken from the Arduino website, is: Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Thanks...

13 books for a .NET Summer reading list

As last year, before going on holiday I’m list some of the books that are in my reading list. It’s not entirely about .NET book, but will also cover other languages not related with .NET development at all, like Scala or Arduino. JavaScript and jQuery I think JavaScript is still the most unknown language among all the ones used to write web applications: mostly due to the fact that it lives in the limbo between developer and designer. JavaScript: The Good Parts It seems incredible, but I never read this “must have” book about the...