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Gaiman did the screenplay conversion though. How was it?
I made it through the first episode...it was rough. I'm not a fan of continued narration in movies to begin with, and the narrator in question is simply terrible.
Secondly, I know people would kvetch regardless, but a lot of dialogue that works on the page simply does not translate well to an actual, physical, dialogue. Some re-writes for screen are called for, and some movies/shows do this well. Good Omens is not one of them.
The scene I was most looking forward to, the "evolution" of "Dog", left me a bit flat as well.
Maybe it'll get better. The actors are doing a great job with what they're given, so there's that.
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People are usually shocked when they find out that I'm not a very good electrician!
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1) Mostly ARM based, RPI and last project was ESP32 based.
2) I mainly Used Eclipse the last 10...15 years but I switched to VSCODE recently because it is a lot easier to configure.
3) A bit of everything: compressor control, multiple compressor management systems, dryer controls, pallet robot control, smart meters, communication hubs and gateways, HVAC control, domotics and industrial scanner applications.
It takes a slightly different way of thinking than traditional PC/server programming does but I have always enjoyed it a lot. Programming something that makes a machine tick is just very pleasant.
1) Too many. We work for dozens of diffeerent archs (it is indeed a compiler + runtime for HMI).
2) VS mostly, then it depends on the platform for some stuff.
3) Embedded HMI. 95% automotive but there are also comemrcial applications (home appliances).
GCS d--(d+) s-/++ a C++++ U+++ P- L+@ E-- W++ N+ o+ K- w+++ O? M-- V? PS+ PE- Y+ PGP t+ 5? X R+++ tv-- b+(+++) DI+++ D++ G e++ h--- r+++ y+++* Weapons extension: ma- k++ F+2 X
I use a "smart" camera from a German company that has a TI DSP in it. I think it is in the 32000 family.
By default the IDE is Eclipse but I can't stand it so I use VS2017 to edit and Eclipse to host the compiler.
We are in the manufacturing industry. The cameras are part of a LASER scanning system used to construct a 3D model of an object being processed. As far as embedded systems go, this is not very primitive and is quite capable since it has Ethernet communication and a VGA output.
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