Buses in Croatia are, to say the least, dramatically regulated (yes, I am still mild here).
Tickets seem to be sold unlimited, without thinking into account that there must also be a place for all those tickets in a physical bus. What a novel idea, every ticket sold represents at least one seat in the bus?
During the last couple of months I have collected a number of joysticks that need to be tested. I could just connect them to one of the ZX Spectrum computers for testing, but why take the risk if you can easily build a joystick tester .
Also it could come handy when on a fair you want to make sure a particular joystick is in working order before buying it.
In preparation of assembling a TZXDuino (compact) I need to be able to program an Atmel ATmega328P micro-controller.
I have a bunch of Raspberry Pi’3 lying around doing nothing and it would be nice to be able to use one of these Raspberry Pi’s as a programmer unit. After some research there are plenty of tutorials available on how to program an ATmega328P micro-controller (and a couple of other micro-controllers) using a Raspberry Pi.