Last year I collected a lot of useful articles and tutorials about technology and productivity and I wanted to share some of my favourites! Many of these are technical tutorials and examples that can serve as a good jumping off point for technical side projects such as learning Git by writing your own Git or […]
Linear regression helps us predict the output of continuous data. For example, it helps us predict the cost of a house or the impact of different types of exercise on a person’s weight. Today we will be looking at how to perform linear regression to predict a person’s weight based on the type and quantity […]
One major step to launching a high altitude balloon is to decide how you’re going to track the payload, this decision is important for getting approval from the relevant government authorities and will likely inform how much space (if any) you have for other items in your payload. I generally suggest using two methods to […]
In 2016, I launched a high altitude balloon (HAB) to send a camera and Arduino over 25km (82,000 – 98,000+ feet) into the stratosphere to capture some amazing footage of the Earth (video) as well as some meaningful data. In this post I’m going to talk about the equipment needed and some advice and direction […]
This is my third year in review. I find blogging about my year is an awesome way to reflect and clear the decks before the new year arrives.