So often, we share specifics on where to get started with specific technologies but rarely tell people where to get started if they actually want to learn how to code. I decided to share some of my resources that helped me to get started.
This post is a tad bit late so I will get right to it! I finalized my NodeBot and if you have been following along you are probably wondering.. Well? What is it? I made (what I like to call) the Frozen NodeBot! Using an Arduino, the MP3 Music Shield and Microsoft Cognitive Services, I created a […]
As I discussed in a previous post… I was trying to get my Arduino to play music. I attempted to build and use an Arduino Wave Shield and FAILED. But yet.. I have managed to overcome such a feat and now I got my Arduino playing music. And thats not even the best part. The […]
Microsoft’s Project Oxford’s APIs are a bit more complicated to use than what many are expecting, especially when using Node.js! The Project Oxford SDK does not provide code in Node for all APIs, i.e Speech to Text. Using the documentation provided online for REST API’s can be a bit confusing, but I think I can […]
For a good 2 hours, my life seemed to come to a halt because I failed. A HUGE element of my project will not work and now I am stuck. As I mentioned earlier, I soldered an Arduino Wave Shield. Actually, I soldered two! And neither are functionally correctly. I keep getting the error code: […]
Just wanted to share: Yesterday was my first time using a soldering iron and it was so intense! I don’t have a steady hand… So putting together an Arduino Wave Shield was not the easiest thing for me. I was so scared I would mess it up… Eventually I got the hang of it, and […]
The Adventure Time series will be my series of creating a big project. I will talk about the different technologies I use, the many problems I encounter and the solutions I find. So stay tuned to see what is to come. I am aspiring to create two NodeBots! I don’t want to delve into what […]