Posts Tagged ‘github’

The power of open source and social coding

A few weeks ago I published the open-zwave Python wrapper. I basically started with a small wrapper suiting my personal needs. After a couple of days I was asked to share the code on Github. Until then I never used Github before. I did not expect anything from that whole social coding thing. But then […]

Bus pirate: reading BMP085 temperature

This post continues upon the last Bus Pirate post. In that post I was able to read a register from a BMP085 pressure chip. In this post I will use the pyBusPirate python library to read the BMP085 temperature value (pyBusPirate allows you to script actions to the bus pirate) Let’s start by reading the […]