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PostPosted: Nov 11th, '20, 00:20 
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I have some holiday time at the end of the year. I am looking for an open-source project to help with.

I have 25 years of experience as a software developer in Linux and embedded systems using PIC Microchip and PC104.

I have Raspberry Pi 4 and several ARM SBC / PC104 systems. I would be willing to buy some Arduino systems if you need help with that. I am really excited about the new systems they have.

I also have many years of experience with Amazon cloud and have been using Terraform to deploy Angular websites.

I would like to see your exciting project. Please post a reply with a link to your open-source project so we can all learn about what you are using technology for in aquaponic systems.

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This is one of the ARM boards I used for a project years ago. These are the https://www.embeddedarm.com/products/TS-7350. It runs Debian. I created a small web service running Perl to automate the control of the relay board. I think I may revive this project and adapt the controls for more custom features.

These are very reliable boards. The project I used these for was to automate the flow of liquid in a laboratory. It controlled valves and pump motors. Some were configured for sensor input from pressure and temperature among other things. Some boards were used to control keypads and locks.

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I haven't got around to the nerdy, automate the hell out of and monitor everything i can electronically yet but I am certainly interested to see what project you end up helping out with and giving it a look.


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