Lazy stacking of my minds

First-order-consequence (11:30): It’s just a doorbell, so doesn’t worth my time. Second-order-consequence (12:30): It’s just a doorbell, costs a hundred or two in BDT. Better to purchase a replacement and still doesn’t worth my time. Third-order-consequence (15:30): Why not to give it a try by opening the skull of switch unit to investigate inside? Nothing… Continue reading Lazy stacking of my minds

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Appetite for destruction

Forgot all of my mistakes and failures, my axe is coldHalf way through medieval, therefore I realizeMan, it’s the determination, rides the train to the Heaven or to the Hell  Evolve with electronic junk, is the name of battleAnd it doesn’t feel so ashamed to crawl together as a snail It’s a mighty long way… Continue reading Appetite for destruction

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The Kernel of vector quantities

This unexpected pleasure occurred in designing a light dimmer during the ‘boot-meet’ of Snubberless Triac from STMicroelectronics (Phillips called it ‘Hi-Com’ or as generic 3-quadrant Triac). It was the zero-cross detection circuit that wondered me at the unexpected pleasure. My ‘yes-nodding’ head started to spin intrinsically when the zero-cross detection circuit met its left-brain, the mighty Arduino.… Continue reading The Kernel of vector quantities

Hello (HardFault) World!

When capability failed and unaligned, exception handler takes over to dump the necessities as there always lies a desire to reframe the design before rebooting. The desire loaded into the boot memory when a soul failed in mathematics, and proudly said “It can’t be done!”. Hearing that another soul injected the malice, “If a soul… Continue reading Hello (HardFault) World!

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