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This announces the latest version of Madura Rules, part of our Madura suite.

Madura Rules is a rules engine that plays nic...

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Since the rise of smart phones writing phone apps is all the rage, to the extent that it almost seems we have forgotten what we...

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Fake Rat

ATTiny

Calling it a Fake Rat sounds better than calling it a bird scarer. We have a problem with swallows, actually they’re ‘welcome sw...

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Not the snake, the language.

Python is a popular scripting/interpretive language that uses object oriented structures, so as...

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This is the second generation pistol. The one I made last year was both simpler and more complex. Last year I cut a handle out o...

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This is how to get your Eclipse AVR to play nice with Attiny and with Teensy.

The Arduino IDE is a fine piece of work, but I’v...

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This is fairly trivial but I wanted to document the steps carefully.
The code is here and I flashed the ATTiny85 using the st...

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Here’s the project: flash an ATTiny chip from a laptop using a Teensy board.

I’ve been using Teensy boards for several things...

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When building applications using Madura Rules we have some choices when defining the data for the decision tables. This is the...

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Imagine you have a bunch of web applications you want to make available to your users. You want them all to share the same login...

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