Jordan Schaenzle

Tricky Code: Taking Steps to Reduce Brittleness


~5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
Over the last few years, I’ve spent a great deal of time working on embedded applications. During this time, I’ve learned a lot about the intricacies...

Tricky Code: Taking Steps to Reduce Brittleness


~5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
Over the last few years, I’ve spent a great deal of time working on embedded applications. During this time, I’ve learned a lot about the intricacies...

Bit-banding – An Elegant Approach to Setting & Clearing Bits


almost 5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
I was recently working on an embedded project when the term Bit-banding came up. I had never heard this term before. I asked around to a handful of my coworkers...

Bit-banding – An Elegant Approach to Setting & Clearing Bits


almost 5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
I was recently working on an embedded project when the term Bit-banding came up. I had never heard this term before. I asked around to a handful of my coworkers...

Writing C on Raspberry Pi with Test-Driven Development


almost 5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
The Raspberry Pi is a great product. Undeniably, it presents us tinkerers with unlimited possibilites to get our hands dirty writing custom programs and...

Writing C on Raspberry Pi with Test-Driven Development


almost 5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
The Raspberry Pi is a great product. Undeniably, it presents us tinkerers with unlimited possibilites to get our hands dirty writing custom programs and...

Wireless Communication Between Raspberry Pi and Your Computer


almost 5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
Imagine for a moment that you want to develop a product that uses a Raspberry Pi. Let’s say that this product requires the ability to connect up to...

Wireless Communication Between Raspberry Pi and Your Computer


almost 5 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
Imagine for a moment that you want to develop a product that uses a Raspberry Pi. Let’s say that this product requires the ability to connect up to...

HTML5 Progress and Meter Elements


over 4 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
My primary role at Atomic Object is an embedded developer. Most of my business hours are spent reading and writing C code. However, over the past couple...

HTML5 Progress and Meter Elements


over 4 years ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
My primary role at Atomic Object is an embedded developer. Most of my business hours are spent reading and writing C code. However, over the past couple...