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MinGW and Cygwin – An Introduction and Differences

If you are using Linux and your are a big fan of shell and its other utilities like grep, ls, make and its compilers gcc and g++, and if you want these utils on Windows platform, then this articles is for you. Even if you are not a developer, but still want to explore some […]

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Linux Shell : Basic Commands and Scripting

This tutorial is intended to folks who are new to world of Linux. Like Command prompt in Windows, Linux have terminal where you can enter commands for your basic to advanced task. Terminal in Linux is very powerful tool. In this article we will be discussing some very basic commands and then forming a shell […]

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Getting Started with AVR : Basics & Architecture

In one of our last article We discussed a little about microcontroller. We discussed how it is different from a microprocessor. In this article I will move ahead and start discussing more about AVR family of microcontroller from Atmel. This will be covered in a series of articles.

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Starting with SPICE

This time this tutorial is more specific on Electronics. However any one who likes to play with circuits can use it. SPICE is simulation program which simulates the circuit on form of net list. As this is a beginners topic so I will introduce some basics of net list and then we will simulate it.

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NGSPICE release 24 is out

NGSPICE Project has released NGSPICE release 24 on 31 JAN 2012. It has come with some bug fixes for device models and code compliance. There is increased compatibility  for behavioral modeling of E and G sources more like as in PSpice. What else is there? It has come with 64 bit compilation using MingW, Visual […]

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Writing Hot strings with AutoHotKey

Recently I came across a very different software. It is Autohotkey. It a language compiler which enables you to mimic keyboard and mouse actions automatically. Only thing you have to do is to download software from their site and install. Since it works on Windows platform so as a basic user I am assuming that […]

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