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About luigidifraia

I am a Senior DevOps Engineer so I get to work with the latest technologies and open-source software. However, in my private time I enjoy retro-computing.

A few more DC2N4-LC devices ready to ship

There are now 6 DC2N4-LC devices available for shipping.

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Busy but getting there

To those who have been waiting for feedback or for a reply from myself for a while: please rest assured I will get in touch soon. I am just settling back in my routine after X and coping with a … Continue reading

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IECHost GUI client version 3.1 released

Version 3.0 of the IECHost GUI client is now available within my Software page.

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Tiny C2N Monitor: might ship as fully built device

As I understand users might not be comfortable with soldering together Tiny C2N Monitor kits, I might offer fully built devices as an option. Here’s what the device looks like once soldered together: I’d hate to go into the full details … Continue reading

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New display module fully supported by my driver

I managed to do the necessary modifications to my driver in order to support the ST7735-based display module. Here are the ones supported so far, including hardware scrolling: Happy days!

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New LCD panels: the horror continues

I recently acquired a few additional displays for Tiny C2N Monitor from eBay. As I had commented before, it seems that sellers had started selling version 2.1 of ILI9163-based modules without making buyers aware of the substantial changes between version … Continue reading

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A few DC2N4-LC devices ready to ship

Although 2 were already ordered, there are now 3 DC2N4-LC devices available for grabbing. I probably won’t be assembling further devices ahead of X’2018.

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