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Clean power for clean water | Rutland Herald
There’s been a lot of conversation lately around how to fund long-term clean water efforts in Vermont. Having personally worked on waterway cleanup in Vermont for 15 years, I am deeply aware of the long-term nature of the challenges we’re facing. We are a small state with a big task ahead of us, and while this work is not insurmountable, finding solutions that have broad-based support won’t always be easy. There is one piece of this puzzle that just makes sense: TDI’s New England Clean Power Link project.
RutlandHerald  op-ed  cleanenergy  projects 
yesterday by northernpass
Clean power for clean water | Rutland Herald
There’s been a lot of conversation lately around how to fund long-term clean water efforts in Vermont. Having personally worked on waterway cleanup in Vermont for 15 years, I am deeply aware of the long-term nature of the challenges we’re facing. We are a small state with a big task ahead of us, and while this work is not insurmountable, finding solutions that have broad-based support won’t always be easy. There is one piece of this puzzle that just makes sense: TDI’s New England Clean Power Link project.
rutlandherald  op-ed  cleanenergy  Projects  cleanpowerlink 
yesterday by eversourcenh
Enlight | Programming Projects
Enlight is a collection of articles and tutorials to enhance the process of learning to code. With topics spanning over many languages and technologies, Enlight is the home for everything development related.
learning  programming  webdev  Javascript  projects 
yesterday by dangeranger
JeeLabs
Electronic sensor projects
Electronics  projects 
yesterday by ptdecker
D.i.y. Nanny-Cam
The amazing open-source portable secure webcam. I know i know, it’s quite the mouthful. So this thought has been nagging my brain since the beginning of last week:”Why can’t i have a portable open sou
rpi  motion  video  projects  raspberrypi 
3 days ago by phubbard
Push Button ON-OFF Toggle Switch and Latching Power Circuit for Microcontrollers
microcontroller based product, allowing the microcontroller to turn itself OFF

In this circuit, a momentary button press turns ON power to the microcontroller, and latches it ON. A second press can initiate shut down, or the microcontroller can turn itself OFF. A long press forces the system to turn OFF.

If you're looking for a simple Raspberry Pi project, or Arduino board project, this circuit will provide a valuable addition to those bo
onoff  momentary  switch  power  button  raspberrypi  projects  raspberry  pi  on  off  embedded  computer  supply  controller  mosfet  soft  controlled  turn  shutdown  microcontroller  products  toggle  circuit  orderly  for  schematic  limiting  in  rush  surge  current  handheld  electronic  circuits  presented  implement  electronics  soft-latch 
3 days ago by vrobin
15 rules for communicating at GitHub | Ben Balter
Prefer asynchronous communication. Surface work early for feedback. Use checklists to make blockers explicit.

Issues are organisation-wide todos- There’s one simple rule for issues: don’t close them until they’re resolved. Issue titles should contain at least one verb. If it has a URL, link to it
github  community  projects 
4 days ago by robertocarroll
21 christmas Projects - Arduino Project Hub
Various digital projects using Arduino on the Arduino Hub site
arduino  christmas  projects  tutorials 
4 days ago by cyberchucktx
How to Implement a Killer GTD System in Google Sheets
Almost 10 years ago, I read Getting Things Done for the first time. It showed me the importance of having a trusted system, a place for all of the things that you want to or have to do — be they…
gtd  productivity  tips  google  software  workflow  projects 
4 days ago by emory
Planning for Technical Debt - DZone Agile
"There's a difference between purposefully creating technical debt in order to achieve a measurable goal, and just being sloppy in order to be fast."
via:bookmarks  development  scrum  gtd  productivity  *****  software  architecture  projects  workflow 
4 days ago by emory
Seven ways to consistently ship great features | Ben Balter
For any sufficiently complex feature, you will face a choice between what’s best for users and what’s easy to implement, support, or maintain. Your software doesn’t exist for you to write it. It exists so that users can use it. When in doubt, optimize for user happiness, not maintenance costs. Practically, that means you should back into the code from the constraints of the desired user experience, not the other way around, and generally, absorb complexity on behalf of users.
projects  agile  userneeds 
5 days ago by robertocarroll
Ten ways to make a product great | Ben Balter
1. Absorb complexity on behalf of users
2. Build features 80% of users will use
8. Iterate, iterate, iterate
9. Push logic to the edges
10. Share to the widest extent possible
agile  projects  _wsad 
5 days ago by robertocarroll

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