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Today we presented our project in Embedded Systems. We made our so called "Blinkdiagnosegerät" (blink diagnosis device) which is used to get error codes from older verhicles which use the check enginge light to output the error. (for reference: http://up.picr.de/7461761jwd.jpg ) This was common for vehicles without OBD.
We made our own PCB, made a small database for 2 vehicles and used a Suzuki Samurai instrument cluster for the presentation (hooked up to an Arduino UNO and a relay for emulating some Error Codes)
Got an 1.0 (A) for the project. Feel proud for the first project done in C++ and making our own PCB. So no rant, just a good day after all the stress in the last weeks doing all assignements and presentations.
Next week we hopefully finish our inverse pendulum in Simulink and then the exams are close. :D20
Soo, we are starting with some group-assignments in java next week at UNI. They are like three-week assignments I think.
The question now is, should I make the guys in my group use GIT? Yeah, it's stupid not to, but it might take long enough for them to learn it that it is an unnecessary use of time...
On the other hand, we could easier review each other's code before leaving it as is.
We even have an in-house Github enterprise server, meaning they won't have to make an account or anything. They can just log in with their UNI-user on GitHub desktop, which is rather simple.
But the workflow might be a bit tedious to get into? I haven't really tried to learn git to anyone before, everyone I have worked with just uses it anyways...
(Sidepoint, none of these guys have done any programming before last semester when they learned python.)7
Just finished my finals.
Had to run k-means with pen and paper only. I find this kind of question stupid but why not. BUT WHY THE FUCK DID YOU CHOSE SOME INITIALIZATION THAT TAKES 13(!!!!) FUCKING ITERATIONS TO CONVERGE ? Just in case my first 12 iterations are correct by chance ? Guess what, you fucktard, I GOT IT.
And doing the same calculus by hand 13 FUCKING TIMES is moronic as hell, you retarded piece of shit ! When you train your neural networks, do you also backpropagate your gradient all by yourself, mongoloid baboon? Getting sick of those stupid assignements1