Understanding Dynamic Domain Name Services (DDNS)

Typically, residential internet service providers assign dynamic IP addresses to their customers. These IP addresses are subject to change periodically, making it challenging to maintain a consistent connection to the home network or website.

Introduction to Compilers

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Introduction to Compilers

Introduction: Welcome to our series on compiler development using Python! In this series of articles, we will explore the fundamentals of grammars and their role in defining the syntax of programming languages. We’ll also discuss different notation systems used to express grammars, such as BNF, EBNF, and PEG, and their relation to lexical analysis. Understanding

Speeding Up Python Apps With CFFI

Speeding Up Python Apps With CFFI

Calling C/C++ Code from Python Introduction Python is a powerful and versatile programming language, but one of its weaknesses is that it can be slow compared to other languages like C or C++. However, Python can use C/C++ code to speed up the application or simply make use of functionality not available in Python. By

How to Allow Users Access to Virtual Devices

A I’ve been working on a little side project that uses a PC’s audio port to read the control signals from a radio control transmitter via the PC’s audio input and use it to control a virtual joystick. I had to do a refresher on how Linux handles input devices and search for what C

Building Machines In Code – Part 8

This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series Building Machines in Code

Adding a Crude Console Last time, we left off with a working computer system using the Tiny-T processor. I told you that we would add a very crude terminal to the system this time. The terminal I’ll present today is barely a terminal. It won’t have any special functions, text scrolling, or any other features

Building Machines In Code – Part 7

This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Building Machines in Code

Today’s Project NOTICE: Today’s Code will only work under Python 3.10 and later. In this episode, we will build a new system using a processor with Von Neumann Architecture. We will also be splitting our system into various files and classes to organize our system better. The Memory will no longer be part of the