Programming Graphs in Python – Part 1

In all programming languages, data structure models are an important element for managing advanced programming. So it’s very important to be familiar with them and how to use them. Graphs are a very important data structure. Python does not have a primitive data structure to handle the graphs, so it is necessary to implement it. In this article you will see what are the graphs, their features, and how to implement some useful features for managing and manipulating the data inside.

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Adafruit Circuit Playground – a new Arduino compatible wearable board

On the big stage of the Arduino and Arduino-compatible electronic boards there is a new protagonist: Circuit Playground. This board is┬ádeveloped and distributed by Adafruit, and its name is very meaningful….this board is a “playground” for all makers.

In fact, it contains all the features of an Arduino LilyPad board, such as flexibility for wearable designs, but at the same time contains some electronic components (such as multicolored Led, buttons and light, sound and temperature sensors). With these components already integrated, you can create your projects and test them with only this board. Let’s look at it in more detail in this article.

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Raspberry Pi 3 – Fan and heatsinks to prevent the overheating

Raspberry Pi 3 - Fan and heatsinks to prevent the overheating

In recent times there has been much discussion on whether or not to mount the heat sinks on the latest version of Raspberry, the Pi 3. Having a higher performance processor, this board should produce more heat. But this heat is still acceptable, or you need to buy a heatsink? Or maybe you should replace it with a fan? Or use them both? Let’s find out in this article the “rumors” about this much discussed topic.

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