When browsing through these forums, I often run across amazing tidbits of information. They may or may not relate to anything I’m working on now (or even plan to in the future), but sometimes they are just so full of potential usefulness, I have to click
like, just in case I ever need to go back and find it again one day.
It might be a code example. Or it might be some firmware feature that I never knew existed. Or it could be details of how to use a feature that I was confused about. Or it could be a pointer to some useful sensor, power converter, or other piece of hardware.
There are all these great pieces of information in the forums and documentation, and sometimes we didn’t even know we needed that information until we see it.
So I’ve started a Particle Cookbook to start gathering a bunch of this info into one place. Right now, there’s not much there – just three topics with two or three entries each. But I plan to keep adding to it as time allows.
I’m completely open to suggestions, corrections, or whatever. If (when?) it gets big enough, I’ll probably need to move it out of markdown files on Github and into something more structured and searchable.