The Curmudgeoclast

Thoughts, projects, and ramblings of Dave Astels

Thu 30 January 2020

CircuitPython Tips

Posted by dastels in software   

This is a living document that will be added to as there are more to make note of.

Configuration Data

Sometimes you have data that controls your app which you want to keep out of the code itself. This could be because you don't want to publish it with the …


Wed 27 November 2019

uLisp Hacking

Posted by dastels in software   

This will get expanded as I get more code working.


uLisp (i.e. micro lisp) is a lisp interpretor aimed at microcontrollers. There are versions for boards as limited as the Arduino UNO (8-bit, 16MHz, 32K flash, and 2K ram). More interesting is the 32-bit version for ARM microcontrollers …