Docker is a tool for developers that facilitates the creation, deployment, and running of applications using containers. In this post, I’ll go over what containers are, their benefits, and some of the fundamental Docker concepts and commands.
Although I’m familiar with Java, I don’t use it day-to-day. To keep current with arguably the worlds most popular programming language, I decided to use Java in a project that I’m working on in my off hours. In that project (which gathers and analyzes economic data) I decided to use Maven. Even-though my small project doesn’t […]
In my last post on the Arduino Uno, I took my first steps with the microcontroller and started getting data from a GPS module – the Ublox NEO 6M. Once I was able to receive data from the module – which was pretty neat by itself if you think about it, I wanted to actually […]
At work, we’re using microcontrollers. We use them to monitor equipment and the environment, also to control machines in ways such as automating tasks and/or responding to certain environmental conditions. I work on the enablement team, therefore it’s part of my mission to facilitate other teams in their goal achievement. The automation team is responsible […]
I have a project I’m working to to gather and analyse economic data. To get the daily gold spot price, I’m going to use goldpricez.com. They provide a simple RESTful API serves up gold price data. You can check them out at the following link. Gold Rates by
I’m just getting started with Npgsql for .NET Core Entity Framework and I ran into some trouble trying to do an insert into a Postgres table with a time data type. I initially tried to use a DateTime object, as worked with the date data type, but that didn’t work. The documentation said to use […]