The Myers-Briggs personality type test is a quick way to assess your personality type. Albeit not super accurate it’s a good starting point for self-evaluation and can be a nice conversation topic. So how does it work? There are only four questions. Answer them and collect four letters that together specify your personality type. You … Read more
Here is a fun chart showing the annual runs for a single runner. We also have a run distance log and even an animated run race chart. Notes: Click on / hover over a bar or a circle to see more details Drag inside the chart to zoom in Export a snapshot using the “…” … Read more
Our running group in Shanghai already has a run log chart and even a run pictures gallery, but here is another more dynamic view of our runs. You can also see it in compact mode.
Here we have a gallery of pictures taken by the members of our small running group in Shanghai. We encourage and motivate each other to run longer and more often, and even keep a running distance chart showing everyone’s progress.
A friend of mine recently asked me to help recover data from an old hard disk that was barely readable. The file system was badly damaged, the disk could not be recognized by the OS at all. I managed to copy whatever data sectors were readable — but then, how do I recover the files? … Read more
In our small running group in Shanghai we set a goal to run 500 km each this year! To keep track of progress I created the running distance below chart using amCharts. I hope it motivates people to run more! We also have a gallery of pictures taken by some of our running group members. … Read more
Blinker modules to extend and visualize short pulses — useful for debugging embedded systems.
Understand the definition and use of typical and min/max specification in electronic component data sheets.
Handy trick for accessing unaligned data in C using a packed data structure to avoid manually loading or storing data byte by byte.
Interactive chart showing the resistor divider options for setting the output voltage of adjustable LDOs.