Entries by sciencegeek_admin

Ashley’s top five projects for Raspberry Pi first-timers

It is time. Time to go to that little stack of gifts from well-wishers who have badged you as “techie” or noted that you “play computer games”. Armed with this information, they decided you’d like to receive one of our small and perfectly formed Raspberry Pis. You were thrilled. https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/ashleys-top-five-projects-for-raspberry-pi-first-timers/

Google Explains How to Use the Search Console’s Index Coverage Report

Google published a new Search Console training video all about how to use the index coverage report. Google’s Daniel Waisberg explains how to use Search Console to learn which pages have been crawled and indexed by Google, and how to deal with any problems found during that process. https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-explains-how-to-use-the-search-consoles-index-coverage-report/356676/

How to Automate and Scale Your REST API Tests

Tricentis sponsored this post. REST API (REpresentational State Transfer) is a powerful way to run tests. However, it’s not always enough. There are some pitfalls that cannot be spotted by REST API testing alone. That’s why end-to-end test automation is important. https://thenewstack.io/how-to-automate-and-scale-your-rest-api-tests/

Getting 1000 FPS Out Of The Raspberry Pi Camera

The Raspberry Pi camera has become a defacto standard for many maker projects, making things like object recognition and remote streaming a breeze. However, the Sony IMX219 camera module used is capable of much more, and [Gaurav Singh] set out to unlock its capabilities. https://hackaday.com/2020/03/11/getting-1000-fps-out-of-the-raspberry-pi-camera/