Tag Archives: Nigel Borrington

Development Projects – Log : 15/08/2019

SQL based database management system Over the last two week or so I have been working on the following areas: Training in the areas of (postgresql, Python with (tkinter and psycopy2) – python modules ) using UDEMY, I have become … Continue reading

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Do you trust this computer ? – A Documentary – AI ?

Today I just wanted to share the below video “Do you trust this computer ?”, Its a 2018 American documentary film that outlines the benefits and especialuslessly the dangers of artificial intelligence. It features interviews with a range of prominent … Continue reading

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Update and notes .. Developing an SQL database server/client system.

Its already been a couple of weeks since my last post, I had hoped to post more often in the last couple of days but putting the fine details for my SQL database project in place has taken a lot … Continue reading

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Study and development plans 2019 ……

Computer blog – study and project development areas, June 2019 This post is a very personal one and in many ways just a note to myself ! It details all areas involved in my study and development projects from the … Continue reading

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New development projects for 2019 – SQL Data-base management, Psion Series 5 second life, Element 14 PiDesktop

I have three news Development projects and Study areas that I have been working on in January 2018 as follows: Asus Tinker Board SQL Data base server. Almost all computer based projects including those in the Makers community at some … Continue reading

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Linux Shell- command history

NB : Please note that this post follows on from Linux Shell command tricks The second of the tools available for the command line interface to a Linux shell is command History, Just like Command and file completion this set … Continue reading

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Linux Shell command tricks – Command completion

The power of the command line in Linux Distributions is still very much at the forefront, many admin task can simply be performed much more efficiently this way. This faster command entry speed, for admin tasks is true even by … Continue reading

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Linux OS and GPIO managment

Please note that this post follows on from : GPIO Part 1 :ARM Development boards and their low-level coding Data-sheets This post is part 2 of A Look at how development boards such as the Raspberry PI allow a developer … Continue reading

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Looking at shells, internal and External commands

This Study area follows on from this Post , Using Linux Shells Each of the available command shells in Linux has two primary types of commands, Internal or External. Internal By saying a command is Internal, these commands are fully … Continue reading

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Using Linux Shells, Command entry and Terminal emulators.

Please note that this post follows on from : The Linux Shell Operating systems such as Linux and Microsoft windows owe their current existence to much earlier versions of themselves with ASCII-code Text based command lines as their only interface … Continue reading

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