System programming in OCaml – Part 1

This series of articles will follow my journey through “Unix system programming in OCaml”, available as a pdf here. After this series, I hope to move onto a series on Mirage system programming in OCaml and working with Signposts (a framework for managing end-to-end connectivity between devices using DNS infrastructure for signalling) Introducing the Sys […]

LaTeX – The IEEE Surveys & Tutorials Way (Pt 1)

This article aims to give an overview of setting out a survey for submission to an IEEE Journal. For this article, I will be using ubuntu 12.10, 32 Bit and Vim as my text editor. IEEEtran is the offical LaTeX class for authors of IEEE transaction journals and coferences My primary source of information for […]

OpenWrt & Linksys WRT54GL Router – Meet & Greet

OpenWrt is a firmware for embedded devices used to router traffic. In this case we will be considering the use of OpenWRT in domestic routers such as the test hardware Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router WRT54GL v1.1. OpenWrt is Linux based so it included the Linux kernel as well as BusyBox. It has a package manager […]

Lots of things to be getting on with …

Friends often wonder what I’m working (and so do I sometimes) so here’s my to-do list for the rest of this week: DOCUMENTING OCAML  Review some examples of ocaml code and hows its documented Investigate if ocamldoc is worth implementing using ocaml-dns as an example of documentation put together a blog post of methods of […]

Public Access WiFi Service

Whilst at the All Hands Digital Economy Conference, I met Arjuna Sathiaseelan who told me about a new project called “PAWS: Public Access WiFi Service”. It sounds quite interesting and I might be joining the team in the next few months. The project poster is here : de2012 The main motivation behind the Public Access WiFi Service (PAWS) is to enable […]