The Programmator

Archive for June 2016

Want to Connect your IoT device with no intermediate party costs? Here’s how!

Having devices connected to the internet is a really cool thing. But most of the time, this comes with a cost for an intermediate party that queries and delivers device status information. I was about to write an article for… Continue Reading →

Arduino Starter Kit Giveaway!

For those amongst you who would like to try out the samples on this blog, but don’t have an Arduino.. We’re giving away Arduino Starter Kits worth a million gazillion for free!   Free? Yes, free! All you need to… Continue Reading →

Read Arduino sensor data from a Raspberry Pi Using I2C and Windows 10 IoT

Introduction Because there is currently no way to autodiscoverĀ an Arduino as an USB peripheral from a Raspberry Pi running Windows 10, I have to resort to IĀ²C communication to get messages from and to the Arduino. I will use a… Continue Reading →