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Working thankfully, a much needed break from certain visiting family members.
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I saw your sig link and visited your site and read:
Finite State Machine for embedded systems
A State Machine is defined as a pattern that allows an object to change it's state as a result of an external stimulus. When the number of states is known and of a limited number it is called a Finite State Machine
That is probably the clearest and most concise explanation I have ever seen of state machine and finite state machine. I really like to read clear writing -- it makes learning so much faster.
And, oh yeah, I'm building a dotnet core WebAPI that uses this very cool QRCoder library[^] to generate QR Codes from text the user supplies. That library is really great. Makes things easy.
I did mine in the sous vide - 3 hours @65C and it's ready to carve. Since nobody really wants the legs, I just do a breast or a couple of breasts with sage, butter, and lemon. It comes out moist and as tasty as turkey ever gets every time.
And if it's in for an extra hour because - whatever - it's no problem.
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i use thyme, butter and lemon zest to baste it with it periodically. although before i put it in i get it under the skin next to the breast meat as well. Then I just oven roast it, but i stuff it with a spanish onion, quarterd, a clove of garlic, halved lengthwise, a halved lemon (the one i zested) and a bunch, as in 1 bunch of thyme.
It comes out perfect every time, esp with my new convection oven. (well, a year old now)
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