Exploring STC MCU part 5 – Speak up

It is finally the time to get the chip to speak up – start communicating over the serial link. Keeping true to the nature of my previous example code, the serial driver code will adapt to the oscillator frequency and baudrate you wish to use.

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New game: SpeedDodge

This is what came out of a ambitious school project: a full-blown iOS game.

This game is inspired by the classic, Flappy Bird. However the game also features some elements of Donkey Kong or Shoot ’em Up genre – it is a good mix of both.

I am no gamer, but after my instructor shot down two of my ideas I have no card to play other than this. I dont have a week to get an idea out of my head, so this is it.

I will update this page with more details after it is approved for App Store and I have more feedback from players. Stay tuned.

Introduction to China, from a Citizen’s Point of View

This is an post intended for those who is not familiar to China, both People’s Republic and Republic. This is written in the point of view of a citizen living in Municipality of Shanghai. If you find this uninteresting, please not read.

I am no pro in history or politics or law – in fact I am an engineer. This is my personal POV.

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