Not to say it isn’t useful. I certainly hope it is.
Oh and it’s that time of year where I switch out blogger templates. Maybe this time I’ll make it more straightforward and automated. Maybe.
Which reminds me: this is the first year that my MUSH will be auto-deploying its Christmas theme. Pretty excited for that!
Anyway, that’s all for now.
I’ve been a bit confused lately at what constitutes fast charging versus normal charging, and why newer Android devices complain repeatedly if you use the wrong cable, or the wrong charger, or the wrong cable AND charger. How does it know?
Then I found an article on LifeHacker that partially explains it, but this comment thread clarified in an excellent manner: http://lifehacker.com/theres-a-bunch-of-misunderstanding-around-charging-via-1532885435
Continue reading “USB Fast Chargers”
Here are a few letsencrypt commands that I’ve found useful in the past few months of trying it out.
Continue reading “LetsEncrypt List of Useful Commands”
Want to cast from a struct to a character string? Seen all those posts out there suggesting that reinterpret_cast will work, but is unsafe? Yeah, I tried it. Yeah, it’s unsafe.
Continue reading “Typecasting struct to char* for Idiots Like Me”
I’ve been annoyed for a large amount of time (years in fact) over some of our software we use and sell. In essence, what we have is a TCP GUI that communicates on a 250ms timer with a microcontroller that’s serving up a two-way communications protocol over ModBus FC23 – we send commands either to write data to or read data from the unit.
Continue reading “Embarcadero TThread Works Just Fine”