Following on from my previous post working out the EP Solar Tracer serial protocol, I’ve got code working on a Raspberry Pi. It’s even validating the CRC checksum.
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This is the first time I have ever ordered professionally made PCBs. I’ve made many using photo resist or toner transfer, but at US$5.00 per square inch for three boards (including worldwide postage) I decided to give it a go. It took a total of three weeks from placing the order to arriving in New Zealand.
Google have announced (Ironically via a non SSL website) that they will now take into account whether sites use secure, encrypted connections as a component of their ranking algorithm.
On this announcement I’ve switched my website to exclusively use SSL. It will now silently (but forcefully, like a Ninja) redirect you to the https version.