### My Favorite Product — the Arty Board

Josh’s favorite product is one of our newest.

### UDP vs TCP

What are the differences between UDP and TCP?

### The Internet of Things

What is the Internet of Things?

### Getting Ready for School – Making the Most of Digilent Resources

One of the most important things in school is being able to find the resources you need to be successful. Digilent can help you find those tools!

### Using the PmodCON3

Josh explains some good uses for the PmodCON3!

### Building the Jousting Robots

Whats the only thing cooler than robots equipped with weapons?? TWO robots with weapons. Jousting.

Digilent Adept is a light-weight program that allows users to quickly load .bit files onto your FPGA chip. The Power of Adept is in its simplicity and speed.

### Open-Source MRK+Line robot

In keeping with our open-source initiative, the Digilent Marketing Team used open-source parts to build a robot. This is an altered version of the MRK Line Robot, which uses only open-source components.

### Logic Gates

The very basis of computers is binary. In electronics everything can be boiled down to 1s and 0s. Logic gates are digital circuits that take one or more binary inputs and produce a binary output. You can check out the basis of logic with Boolean Algebra.

### Tweeting Webcam Photos with a ZYBO

A project that I’ve been working on (and off) for while has been the titular tweeting webcam photos with a ZYBO.

### Demystifiying The Linux Kernel

You’ll often hear about the “Linux kernel”, but what does that mean? Today we’re going to go about explaining what the Linux kernel is in terms that people can understand.

### How Much Is One GB of Memory?

We hear words like gigabyte (GB) and terabyte thrown around a lot, but what can we actually do with that much memory? At the most basic level of computing, we have bits, which are going to be either a 1 or 0. A byte is 8 bits. We’re going to represent a byte as a dot.