Supplyframe at SXSW Interactive 2014

Category: misc

At the beginning of March every year, tech hordes from all over the world flee to Austin in order to spend couple of days at the city-wide circus called South by Southwest. Even though the festival is getting bigger and bigger every year and definitely loosing a bit of it's "cool" it's still worth a […]

Last couple of days we have been goofing around with different design ideas for new supplyframe t-shirt and here is what we finally came up with Hope the great W. Shockley will forgive us for canibalising such an awesome hack 🙂

This year, few of us visited Open Hardware Summit at MIT and got the chance to show some of our efforts in making datasheet content more accessible and fun to use. Project is currently hosted at beta.datasheet.net and is written by Ben Delarre, a "man who hates datasheets" (and is committed to making them better). […]

Functional programming is becoming more and more popular these days, especially given the use of multi-core and distributed architectures. A purely functional data structure is thread safe in nature and it can be easily shared across threads or used for low-cost large scale parallel programming. And Clojure is one of the functional languages that really […]

This is the first post in hopefully a soon to be long line of posts on the SupplyFrame Engineering Blog. Here we'll be documenting our adventures in our shiny new Electronics Lab and hopefully blogging a little bit about the work we do here and the things that interest us. Stick around, it may be […]