Learning Common LISP: project euler

If you’re not familiar with project euler yet, I recommend that you have a look: projecteuler.net. As they state on their website: “Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. Although mathematics will help you arrive at elegant […]

Learning Common LISP: Reading list

I’ve decided to try and learn Common LISP. Don’t ask me why, but I think it is because the little I’ve read about it seems interesting. At the very least this journey should give me a better understanding of programming paradigms, especially functional programming. I’m used to the imperative way […]

Using GY521 to control model rocket fins

To point something at something consistently over time you need a way to determine where it is pointed, a way to point where it’s wanted and a way to determine how fast it needs to change. In this case it is a rocket that needs to be pointed upwards. We’ll […]

I “bricked” my TTGO LoRa32 board

I’m working on making a simple flightcontroller for a model rocket, and I thought it would be nice to use the LoRa32 board I had laying around. It has lots of computing power (compared to atmega328p on my arduinos) and even support multithreading, which I looked forward to testing out […]

Running MicroPython on TTGO LoRa32 board pt. 1

I’ve been using arduino for a while, and allthough I like it for what it is, I have fallen a little head over heels with python! So, when I finally found micropython and had an ESP32-board laying around, it was time to take the step into the big boy league […]