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Arduino Programming with VSCode
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Arduino Programming with VSCode

Get started programming Arduinos through Visual Studio Code (VSCode).

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BlueGecko BGScript Development with VScode
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BlueGecko BGScript Development with VScode

This tutorial will outline the process to configure Visual Studio Code for developing Blue Gecko script code. It assumes you have some familiarity with the BlueGecko scripting language. If not, check out the developer guide. Blue Gecko scripting is a high level programming language designed for the Silicon Labs line of Blue Gecko Bluetooth modules. Installation Download and install the BLE SDK and the BLE Update Tool using the default location and agree to licenses.&...

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LabVIEW Debugging Tips: Conditional Probes
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LabVIEW Debugging Tips: Conditional Probes

The LabVIEW probe tool is tremendously helpful for debugging applications, but when there are multiple probes scattered throughout multiple VIs it can be hard to keep track of all of the values while running your application. Or, even more difficult is trying to debug an infrequent error, without spending hours watching execution highlighting, or constantly hitting a breakpoint in the code when there is no error. This is where the conditional probe starts to shine. Using a conditional probe i...

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DMC Denver at Nitro Circus
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DMC Denver at Nitro Circus

Most of the world tends to ignore billboards, but sometimes you see an ad so intriguing, you just have to go home and look it up. Nitro Circus was one of those billboards. With a giant display right by DMC's Denver office, it was hard for us to ignore the temptation to check it out. So… we did!  We decided the show was a must-see, and used the DMC Activity Fund back in November to go check out the Nitro Circus live. If you've never heard of it, Nitro Circus is an extreme s...

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