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Luna Cycle Fast Ebikes and Electric Bike Kits
Providers of quality ebikes, electric bike batteries, motors and components at affordable pricing. Conversion kits.
ebike  do-it-yourself  conversionkit 
4 weeks ago by Aoterra
Homeroasters.org Forums
"OUR MISSION:

Inspire, educate, encourage and assist those interested in great coffee and homeroasting through networking, discussion and sharing.

OUR VISION:

Provide a non-commercial resource that enables the free-exchange of information via articles, postings and others forms of coffee-related communication in support of the home coffee roaster. Encourage local meetings that will support homeroasteres worldwide"
coffee  forum  do-it-yourself 
12 weeks ago by loimprevisto
Web application from scratch
"This is the first in a series of posts in which I’m going to go through the process of building a web application (and its web server) from scratch in Python. For the purposes of this series, I’m going to solely rely on the Python standard library and I’m going to ignore the WSGI standard."
python  programming  do-it-yourself  education 
12 weeks ago by loimprevisto
OS Developers Wiki - Expanded Main Page
"Welcome to Operating System development; the great frontier.

Not all "make it" in this field, many don't even pass the "Hello World" of OS development, but perhaps you will go further and create the next Linux? Or Windows? Or are your goals lower - MenuetOS? Or even CP/M?

Whatever your goals, OSDev'ing is the great pinnacle of programming. But, you're not alone. In fact, this entire website, including the forums and this Wiki, are dedicated to OSDev'ing. This is not only about great programming skills, but is about community and developing friendships. Be those friendships between fellow forum members or IRQs and processes.

What do you need to succeed in OSDev'ing? You should read the Getting Started article. If you are going to use C/C++ as your language of choice, you are required to build a GCC Cross-Compiler first. And if you prefer to use other Languages then it is important to have some similar tools (e.g. compiler) or if there's no such tools it is often only your efforts that can help you. But going along with your preferred language can add some motivation and excitement during your work.

Good luck! "
operatingsystem  programming  education  do-it-yourself 
november 2017 by loimprevisto
sudomod
Modding community based around building gaming consoles from Raspberry Pi boards. Well written tutorials and great forums.
hardware  raspberry_pi  gaming  computer  electronics  do-it-yourself 
october 2017 by loimprevisto
Creative And Fun Dollar Tree MASSIVE Haul: ALL ABOUT HALLOWEEN Part 2 Of 2 | Best Images Collections HD For Gadget windows Mac Android
Dollar Tree MASSIVE Haul: ALL ABOUT HALLOWEEN Part 2 of 2 Here is the link to Part 1!! **ALL NEW ITEMS*** PART 2 OF 2 Dollar Tree has done it again! This Dollar Tree Haul is the culmination of at least ten trips to their tricked out stores, filled to the rafters with Halloween fun! […]
IFTTT  WordPress  Halloween  dollar  tree  diy  do-it-yourself  projec...  haul  Nanas  design  studio 
august 2017 by wotek
Logical Increments - The PC builder's friend. Always free. Always awesome.
"Our website recommends all the necessary parts to build a computer for a specific budget. We design and constantly update a number of compatible build recommendations that we call 'tiers,' organized according to price. The goal for each tier is to recommend the best computer parts for that budget, focusing on getting the maximum performance and value for the money.

Each build features recommendations for the main components in a PC: Graphics Card, CPU, Heatsink, Motherboard, RAM, Hard Drive, Solid State Drive, Power Supply, and Case. In many tiers, we recommend multiple options for each component. Be assured, all components within a tier are guaranteed to be compatible, so you can mix-and-match within the tier as you see fit."
computer  hardware  reference  do-it-yourself 
march 2017 by loimprevisto
The Basics of making a Rootkit - From syscall to hook
A basic overview of how to mess with the linux kernel to create a simple rootkit
hacking  programming  do-it-yourself 
january 2017 by loimprevisto
OnlineMetals.com
"Back at the end of the last century, in the year 1998, a couple of guys in Seattle teamed up to unite one guy’s shed, crammed full of metals, with the other guy’s interest in building websites. Wielding these two dubious assets, the team was able to put together an eCommerce website offering cut-to-size metals to the world! Thus, OnlineMetals.com was born." Discount subscription to Make Magazine available if you dig around the site a little...
store  metalworking  do-it-yourself 
june 2016 by loimprevisto
Secure Salted Password Hashing - How to do it Properly
Excellent overview of the hows and whys of implementing secure password storage
security  programming  Cryptography  do-it-yourself 
february 2016 by loimprevisto

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