Monday, October 24, 2016

Learning More About Power Electronics

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By Gabriel Staples
Written: 24 Oct. 2016
Last Updated: 24 Oct. 2016

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So, recently I was introduced to www.PowerElectronicsNews.com by SixtySecondTech, a website which aims to become somewhat of a "website directory that lists quality websites they find valuable and resourceful for the Technology community" (source). As SixtySecondTech grows their database, I hope they can become a good resource to the electronics, maker, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and other communities.

PowerElectronicsNews is a brand new company who offers "electrical engineering news focused on power and power solutions," including highlighting "solutions and products featuring the latest innovations" in power design.  As I continue to grow my skills I hope to be able to apply some of the background knowledge I glean from their articles, so I can use it in real, hands-on projects I can then share and apply instead of just reading a high-level description of it. A few interesting-looking articles of theirs include the following. I have marked with asterisks the articles that particularly interest me. The more asterisks, the better.

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Friday, October 21, 2016

Adding & Customizing Nicely-formatted Blocks of Source Code on Your Website using SyntaxHighlighter

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By Gabriel Staples
Written: 21 Oct. 2016
Last Updated: 21 Oct. 2016

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For quite some time now I've needed a nice, clean way to post snippets of source code, such as C++, Python, or HTML, on my website here. Finally I decided to figure it out. Here's how it's done. Note that my website is hosted on Google Blogger, but your website on Wordpress or anywhere else should also work just fine with this "SyntaxHighlighter" tool by Alex Gorbatchev that I'm about to present.

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