I’ve recently released a “fairly long video” (even by my standards) about the Wemos D1 Mini and some shields, after an absence of about a month from YouTube whilst I decorated the entire house, pretty much, as the price of having a new workshop.
I’m on vacation for two weeks so that means no videos again for about a month, taking into account research, demo development, preparation time, videoing, post videoing editing…
There’s still quite a bit I need to do for that holiday and that must take precedence or I’m in deep do-do with you-know-who.
Yes, I took a degree in Bad Planning and got a First Class with Honours! Shock! Horror!
I’m sorry about this, and I hope you don’t all desert me for good.
I’m back around mid-September at which point I will make every effort to get a quality video out as quickly as I can, and then it will be a clear run to Christmas with no further interruptions, speed bumps or setbacks. I hope. Best laid plans of mice and Ralph…
In the meantime, I wish you many happy hours exploring the delights of a misbehaving EPS8266 or a rogue ATmega328P that refuses to sleep… all the things that make our hobby such an absorbing, and ultimately rewarding, one.
Benny is being looked after by a lovely lady called Tracy (she looked after him last year too) so we have less concern over his well being than we would otherwise, but we’ll miss him lots – and I won’t be able to bounce ideas off him as he looks at me with that “Have you really thought this through, Dad?” stare. But at least he has full access to the workshop computers so he should have finished a demo sketch or two by the time I return. Let’s hope he doesn’t learn how to operate the video cameras.
Please do still leave comments here (and in the videos) but although I will read them, you might not get an answer right away – if you do it might be rather brief as I struggle to compose it on a 6″ phone screen where my fat sausage fingers never seem to quite hit the right part of the (virtual) keyboard. Of course, I blame the autocorrection feature.
As Arnie famously said, “I’ll be beck” (well, that’s how I always heard it, and I have a mother with a fairly pronounced German accent, Ach du grüne Neune!)
See you all soon!