Computer Scientist working since 2013 in the areas of embedded systems, Android and Linux. I worked directly with the Linux Kernel embedded in Samsung smartphones and tablets models that are sold in Latin America. Kernel Linux collaborator, on Linus Torvalds git tree, for the GPIO controller of the processor family used in Raspberry Pi. Speaker on Linux Developer Conference Brazil 2018.
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I am using the "benchmark/benchmark.py simple_loop.js"
I will try a build with RELEASE=1
It's been a while since this posting, and only now that I've been doing some benchmark testing. The results have left me very upset, about 23s to execute the simple-loop @ 256Mhz. Something is not right ...
thanks! This made success at the Christmas party here at home.
I update the video with english subtitles too!
More one project, but this with ESP8266 NodeMCU.
It's Christmas, so how about a "IoT Christmas Rug", which warns via Facebook Messenger that someone is at the door and still plays Jingle Bells, all this with Espruino on our ESP8266.
Check it out the article about it: https://microhobby.com.br/blog/2018/12/24/iot-christmas-themed-rug/
And I made a vídeo showing the use, audio are in portuguese but I wrote english subtitles :
Merry Christmas everybody!
I understand your position, I will keep it in my Github, and will continue the work on it, but also depend on the feedback and use of the community.
Sorry about the donations message, it was not my intention depreciate anyone work, I will remove the HFIVE1 from the list that not show the message in the next RC.
I will do the tests and share the results here after Christmas!