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Analogue to Digital Conversion [PART 3 – Aliasing]

Aliasing is a phenomenon that occurs when sampling analogue signals with high frequency components. When sampling at a frequency lower than the Nyquist frequency, signals may be incorrectly detected at a lower frequency, leading to inaccurate results. Careful design and… Continue

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2nd December 2014 | By:

TCP and UDP socket types

Before we dive into describing the most used socket types, let’s see what a socket really is. A socket, also referred as network socket[1], is a way of establishing a communication between various computers/devices. It sits on top of the… Continue

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2nd December 2014 | By:

Using SOAP with SUDS – an introduction

I’m sure that most of you reading this post have heard/used the XML/SOAP – same as me. However I’d never used the WSDL before, yet last week I needed to work with two, unconnected to each other APIs, using this protocol. So… Continue

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1st December 2014 | By:

PyFileMaker – Integrating Python and Filemaker

PyFileMaker is a Python Library that makes it possible to work with FileMaker‘s XML API. You can use the Filemaker XML API to query a FileMaker database, create records, modify records, execute scripts and more. During the creation of web applications… Continue

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11th January 2014 | By:

Colour Models – RGB and CMYK

When we create graphics or images for electronic devices or for print, we have to choose a certain colour mode to operate in. As a designer, it is important to know when to use the right colour model. It is… Continue

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10th January 2014 | By:

Tmux usage tutorial

Linux users are probably aware of the utility called ‘screen’, it has been around for ages and is still available for most of the distributions as the default utility to multiplex a physical terminal between the processes. The ‘screen’ works… Continue