Arduino Documentation Goes Open-Source for Community Contributions

Reading Time: 3 minutes Arduino Team — February 28th, 2022 As you know, Arduino is all about open source, and now our Docs and Help Center sites now join the community club becoming open-source. Arduino lovers everywhere can now contribute to the content on official Arduino documentation websites through their public GitHub repositories. How you can contribute You’ll need…… Continue reading Arduino Documentation Goes Open-Source for Community Contributions

New workflow for Arduino library submissions

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — June 7th, 2021 Arduino library submissions have a new, easier and more transparent workflow. Libraries are one of the pillars of the Arduino ecosystem. At time of writing, more than 3,780 open source libraries are available to perform any kind of task. This includes communication with external components and using algorithms for…… Continue reading New workflow for Arduino library submissions

Monitor your GitHub build with a Raspberry Pi pumpkin

Reading Time: 4 minutes GitHub’s Martin Woodward has created a spooky pumpkin that warns you about the thing programmers find scariest of all — broken builds. Here’s his guest post describing the project: “When you are browsing code looking for open source projects, seeing a nice green passing build badge in the ReadMe file lets you know everything is…… Continue reading Monitor your GitHub build with a Raspberry Pi pumpkin

Be a better Scrabble player with a Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera

Reading Time: 2 minutes One of our fave makers, Wayne from Devscover, got a bit sick of losing at Scrabble (and his girlfriend was likely raging at being stuck in lockdown with a lesser opponent). So he came up with a Raspberry Pi–powered solution! Using a Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera and a bit of Python, you can quickly…… Continue reading Be a better Scrabble player with a Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera

Arduino on GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 4 minutes This post is from Massimiliano Pippi, Senior Software Engineer at Arduino. GitHub Actions is the name of the SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) system introduced by GitHub about a year ago, currently in public beta and now approaching the general availability status. When you read SDLC, think about some sort of CI/CD system that’s generic…… Continue reading Arduino on GitHub Actions

Pulling Raspberry Pi translation data from GitHub

Reading Time: 5 minutes What happens when you give two linguists jobs at Raspberry Pi? They start thinking they can do digital making, even though they have zero coding skills! Because if you don’t feel inspired to step out of your comfort zone here — surrounded by all the creativity, making, and technology — then there is no hope…… Continue reading Pulling Raspberry Pi translation data from GitHub

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