Janurary 11, 2020

Welcome to Hobbyware.org. This is a collection of my programs and projects which are free downloads to anyone who wants them.

Finally back in the swing of things, updates are coming regularly now! The update to the site this time around is a tutorial on how to get RFID working on a Raspberry Pi, using Windows IOT Core. I go over the products you will need to purchase as well as hooking up the RFID sensor, Installing the OS, the code and what sort of interesting things you can do with a working prototype. Head on over to the Projects section, Subsection Raspberry Pi RFID to see the video and read the tutorial.

I am currently in the filming phase of Hobbyware.org Labs 2020 and should have a video coming shortly. This will be the last year for Hobbyware.org Labs as I want to refocus my efforts on creating content that others can benefit a little more from. Things like tutorials and what I like to call disruptive ideas: events and ideas that will get you excited about building and interacting with Technology!

The update from last month is the release of Stronghold CMD v1.40. The program is stable now that the major issue was fixed. A suite of new features have also made it into this release, including: Improved connectivity of the Robot to allow for a much easier time to get the robot fired up and moving around your house. A IP camera that is designed to watch your plants grow. A bunch of smaller updates to the usability of the program, and a basic shell for IOT Devices and SMS devices.


Hobbyware.org Labs 2019

This is the Hobbyware.org Labs 2019 video, watch to see how I have my lab setup and for ideas on creating your own maker lab setup.


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