Tag: async

30 Mar

BrickNil - Control LEGO Bluetooth Sensors and Motors with Python

BrickNil [*] provides an easy way to connect to and program LEGO® Bluetooth hubs (including the PoweredUp Passenger Train 60197 and Cargo Train 60198 sets, and the Lego Duplo Steam Train 10874 and Cargo Train 10875 ) using Python on OS X and Linux. This work was inspired by this EuroBricks thread ...


28 Sep

Part 3 - Building a Fast Event-Driven Simulator for Concurrent Systems of Hardware Processes Using Curio and Python 3.6

This is the third in my series on using Curio to build an event-driven simulator for hardware processes. The first two parts can be found here: Part 1, Part 2. We're going to use the simulator framework to implement a distributed and concurrent hardware palindrome checker in less than ...


27 Sep

Part 2 - Building a Fast Event-Driven Simulator for Concurrent Systems of Hardware Processes Using Curio and Python 3.6

This is the second in my series on using Curio to build an event-driven simulator for hardware processes. (see Part 1 for the first article)

1   Enhancing the Simulator Framework

Now, we're going to make this framework a little bit more robust and less verbose when defining the system ...


22 Sep

Part 1 - Building a Fast Event-Driven Simulator for Concurrent Systems of Hardware Processes Using Curio and Python 3.6

In this post, the first in a series of three, I'm going to show you how to build an elegant simulator of a concurrent system using the amazing Curio library from David Beazley that's built on Python 3.6's async coroutine features. I hope it'll provide ...

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