Articles from 2019

Over the recent weeks I've been working on a new protocol for embedded devices. I call it "Simple Token Bus" or STB for short. It's a neat little protocol for which I have a rudimentary implementation on an Arduino.

This is a shortened version of the recent Security checklist. It doesn't aim to make you as secure as possible but get most users fairly secure.

The short version; install updates, make backups, check what you run and use a password manager.

SECL has seen some nice development for the last months. Which is my way of saying "sometimes I commit a few patches". But I nonetheless put out some nice features and in this post I wanted to express what's going to happen in the future and what I've got waiting for the next release.

Articles from 2018

I've recently dived into OS Development to learn a bit of Rust. It's probably a bit like wanting to learn how to use a hammer so you build a skyscraper or some equally insane level of yakshaving.

One of the goals I set for any progress I make on my Kernel/OS is to make boring, simple and safe choi...