RottNDude: I was building Heathkit ham radio gear when I was 10, where's my article?
Your Hind Brain: Ha ha! He's using Unity desktop!/damn smart kids
BumpInTheNight: He put windows on a chrome book?
dweigert: Gotta love a kid who knows where the future lies...
Linux_Yes: the nuts are the ones who use spaghetti code windows.
Sneakernets: Linux_Yes: the nuts are the ones who use spaghetti code windows.C code is spaghetti code by design.
theflatline: Me and three friends built a Heathkit Hero 1 in the early 80s. It was not a snap together design, lot of soldering involved.[www.vexforum.com image 850x612]
DerAppie: "We had a large box of robot parts that some of the guys at Google gave us," Larson said of Rowan's first day at Ologic last summer. The box also contained a few laptops. "The goal was to get Linux and ROS (the Robot Operating System) up and running."Larson said that he could have given that box of parts to a grad student and they may have come back to him with a functioning robot in a couple of weeks. Rohan came back the next day with an assembled robot.He installed linux and ROS and "made" a robot from prefab parts that probably couldn't do more than basic movement? Doesn't sound all that hard actually.
Linux_Yes: RottNDude: I was building Heathkit ham radio gear when I was 10, where's my article?same here, except i was late teens.
Linux_Yes: Sneakernets: Linux_Yes: the nuts are the ones who use spaghetti code windows.C code is spaghetti code by design.yea, its the #1 used programming language in the world for a reason. nice try.
Hagbardr: Wake me up when he can build his own interocitor.
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