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Internet of Me by Jerad Acosta


A place to reference, recite, rinse and repeat my efforts, failures, thoughts and progress, delusions and regressions, but mostly a sandbox for whoever I am at the moment. Perhaps I'll occasionally enjoy the reminiscing with the castles or taking census of the endless games of tic-tac-toe etched in my box.


  1. Interfacing with Arduino Course Notes

    Module 1

    From The professor:
    IoT devices involve a combination of software and hardware. This module provides background on the basics of hardware design and wiring needed to build useful circuits. This module describes the functions of basic passive components and describes how to use them in simple circuits. This module also describes how to wire circuits together using a breadboard. The goal of this module is to enable students to design and implement the circuits they need to interact with basic sensors and actuators.


  2. Interfacing with the Arduino

    Interfacing with the Arduino is the 3rd of 5 Courses that, when followed by a final capstone project, compose the Create You Own Internet of Things (IoT) Device specialization offered by UCI via Coursera. …


  3. How To Change Gear On Trucks

    ###TODO

    • Write-up how to for changing truck gear
    • Make How To for creating GIF
      • Write up How To for posting self make GIF on Jekyll blog


  4. Operations Analytics Wharton Week 1 Notes

    Operations Analytics Notes for Week 1:

    The descriptive analytics covered this week will provide a strong conceptual basis for predictive and prescriptive analytics in the following three weeks of the course.


  5. Operations Analytics Wharton

    Operations Analytics is the second of four courses in the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania’s online program and professional certification program in Business Analytics.
    Taught by Wharton’s top industry professionals and globally acclaimed academics. Digital content managed and distributed through Coursera. The Business Analytics Specialization is a 5 part professional certification program. The first four courses are taken directly from Wharton’s MBA...…


  6. Other Sites

    TO DO:

    Create a static page for information like Research, Publications, Awards, CV, Resume, and any information for this site that merits more than the ephemeral disposition imposed upon the content by a blog centered content scheme.


  7. Publications and Projects of Note

    TO DO:

    Create a static page for information like Research, Publications, Awards, CV, Resume, and any information for this site that merits more than the ephemeral disposition imposed upon the content by a blog centered content scheme.


  8. How to Create a Custom Email Signature for Mail

    Personal email signatures are a great way to add a personal touch. Many know of and how to already do this in their email client of choice. Mail in OS X has some great options for customizing your personal signature and even allows for the creation of multiple and the formatting of the text and content.
    In an effort to add some creative and technical merit to my signature I have created a custom HTML signature. Links, formatted text and even pictures are already supported in the OS X native Mail client. What an HTML signature provides me is...…


  9. Cat Photo App

    A Cat Photo App page made while going through some front end development exercises at freeCodeCamp


  10. Notes for Intro to iOS Programming with Swift

    Here are the notes I created while going through the Intro to iOS App Development with Swift course; the first in Udacity’s iOS Developer Nanodegree.
    As will all of Udacity’s Nanodegree programs, this is project based. In fact - a student could graduate from a Nanodegree program without having taken a single course, so long as they competently and appropriately finish all the required projects.
    Personally, I think this is a much more grounded and applicable way to learn and express one’s ability - particularly in the domain of software engineering. …