GitHub - monostable/awesome-electronics: A curated list of awesome resources for electronic engineers and hobbyists
Electronic engineering (EE) is the practice of understanding, designing and building electronic circuits. It is often differentiated from electrical engineering in that it mostly deals with low power DC electronic circuits rather than high power AC systems but there is a lot of overlap between electronic and electrical engineering.

Experimenting with and building electronic circuits is also a popular hobby and many professional resources are often equally applicable to hobbyists and vice versa.

This list is for websites, services, software, tools and more: everything that you think is awesome in the world of electronic engineering. If you have anything to add please follow the instructions in contributing.md.
awesome  circuit  diy  electronics  reference 
29 days ago
OuterVision Power Supply Calculator
Power useage calculation for estimating the required wattage of a computer power supply unit (PSU)
hardware  tech  tool 
5 weeks ago
GitHub - soumith/convnet-benchmarks: Easy benchmarking of all publicly accessible implementations of convnets
Easy benchmarking of all public open-source implementations of convnets. A summary is provided in the section below.

Machine: 6-core Intel Core i7-5930K CPU @ 3.50GHz + NVIDIA Titan X + Ubuntu 14.04 x86_64
Imagenet Winners Benchmarking

I pick some popular imagenet models, and I clock the time for a full forward + backward pass. I average my times over 10 runs. I ignored dropout and softmax layers.
ml  cuda  nvidia 
6 weeks ago
GPU folks: we need to talk about control flow – Medium
An exploration of bugs in shader etc in the iPad / iPhone PowerVR GPU
3d  webgl  powervr  ipad  ios  iphone 
9 weeks ago
turbo.js - Easy GPGPU
GPGPU made simple.

Offload complex parallel calculations to the GPU and get JS-accessible results
with a single call. Crunch tens of millions of numbers at once.
data  gpu  graphics  javascript 
november 2016
Oh, shit, git!
Git is hard: screwing up is easy, and figuring out how to fix your mistakes is fucking impossible. Git documentation has this chicken and egg problem where you can't search for how to get yourself out of a mess, unless you already know the name of the thing you need to know about in order to fix your problem.
cheatsheet  git  howto  reference 
september 2016
Neural Network Architectures
Deep neural networks and Deep Learning are powerful and popular algorithms. And a lot of their success lays in the careful design of the neural network architecture.

I wanted to revisit the history of neural network design in the last few years and in the context of Deep Learning.
ai  history  ml  deeplearning 
september 2016
GitHub - adereth/dactyl-keyboard: Parameterized ergonomic keyboard
The Dactyl is a parameterized, split-hand, concave, columnar, ergonomic keyboard.
keyboard  keyboards  ergodox  diy  3dprinting 
july 2016
Halide is a new programming language designed to make it easier to write high-performance image processing code on modern machines. Its current front end is embedded in C++. Compiler targets include x86/SSE, ARM v7/NEON, CUDA, Native Client, and OpenCL.
gpu  image  language  programming 
april 2016
fastlane/fastlane · GitHub
Automate ios screenshot with xcode visual unit tests. Takes screenshots in the background.
ios  automation  screenshot 
march 2016
BetterExplained | Friendly lessons for lasting insight.
Math lessons that actually explain concepts.
Instead of memorizing procedures, learn why equations work. This site helps you overcome mental roadblocks and truly grasp new concepts.
education  howto  learning  math  programming 
december 2015
koekeishiya/kwm · GitHub
[WIP] Tiling window manager with focus follows mouse for OSX
github  mac  osx  tiling 
december 2015
mrzool/invoice-boilerplate · GitHub
An automated yaml to latex to pdf for invoice, for genersting nicely formatted pdf from a simple yaml document.
november 2015
CollectQT / Quirell | GitLab
Quirell is a currently in developement social network being developed by CollectQT. The core feature of Quirell is that its driven by the unique and varied relationships between people in diverse communities. We want to create an online platform that allows for an accurate representation of the ways you relate to people, while also promoting a safe and comfortable space.

Feature wise, Quirell takes a lot of cues from Facebook and Tumblr, and technically it is inspired by rstat.us and diaspora*
opensource  socialmedia  social 
july 2015
GitHub · Build software better, together.
A project to create your own passbook pass
july 2015
RINO - Smart Structure Systems Laboratory
RINO (Real-time Image-processing for Non-contact mOnitoring) is an iOS app that harnesses the power of the smartphone's camera and the onboard GPU to accurately monitor dynamic movements of a color-pattern target. Utilizing color-pattern matching, RINO gives the user the ability to clearly identify the unique objects and track their movements under (light/color-) noisy environment.
ios  imageprocessing 
july 2015
Want a Better Pitch? Watch This. — Firm Narrative — Medium
A few points to help better pitch a product in presentations
presentation  business 
july 2015
d3 Legend
Legend module for the d3 visualization library.
graph  javascript  d3 
july 2015
Creating perfect App Store Screenshots of your iOS App — Felix Krause
Automation methods for taking screenshots of iOS apps on the simulator, in multiple languages and multiple device types and multiple device orientation.
devtool  automation  appstore  iosdev  ios 
july 2015
Home | Aperture Tiles
Aperture Tiles uses a pyramid of tiles to structure, analyze, visualize and interact with a user interface similar to web-based geographic map applications. This approach allows analysts to easily see and navigate all of the data without losing detail, and seamlessly "zoom in" to a more localized portion of that data.
datavisualization  Bigdata  analysis 
july 2015
Stuff in Space
Webgl visualization of space debris and satellites
webgl  satellite  space  visualization  3d 
july 2015
Stuff in Space | Hacker News
A thread containing multiple projects about tracking or visualizing satellites and space debris.
visualisation  visualization  space 
july 2015
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