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Friday, August 23

Target has yet another Apple iPad Sale Event going on this week.

I finally sealed the deal for my own new Apple Wi-Fi only 32 GB device through using Affirm.com.


To have some credit extended to me for the purchase of the device has been a huge boon, I'm sure. I feel like I'll responsibly (and easily) handle the amount loaned to me (about $128 total).

Using Affirm.com is easy enough. 

Affirm takes a miniature credit check stance; apparently it doesn't affect the consumer's credit rating. Although I did get some notices the last time around I tried to use Affirm, in the beginning of this month, to make the same purchase, this time the process went very smoothly; I was able to alter the amount I needed lended to me several times as I was changing Target in-store pickup locations. The amount owed to Affirm as a down payment varied from pennies to several dollars, depending on where I wanted to pick up the device in-store. 

A deal like this is a rare find. Target.com had the same deal happening early in the month, and through not having my CA ID, I wasn't able to pick up my item from the store the first time I made this order for the same iPad model.
Now I have my ID, thankfully.
Although it looks like I have a mullet, I don't, in fact, have a mullet.

Monday, July 15

A Google Cloud Unix CLI (command-line interface) morning of appengine devlopment


An Aztec code from Barcode Generator of some of this morning's work.

I covered a lot of ground this past evening in mobile app development; namely for Actions on Google and/for Google Assistant. 

I'm proceeding faithfully quickly, with the graces of monthly data un-throttled bestowed upon my Alcatel TCL LX phone, only $40, and a great deal on processing power on mobile, from Target. 


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It's pretty, slick, sturdy, and staunch; for the most part. I can't quite trawl through a textual transliterative « everything » 30+ WPM thumbsies quite all the time, but the device pulls through and it jaunts a faithful AppEngine 28-hour workday no problem.

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↰ Google App Engine

What's the meaning of 28 instances hours mean in free limit section of pricing detail? Can i know what's the price for firebase cloud messaging?
5/26/16Lim Ta Sheng
What's the meaning of 28 instances hours mean in free limit section of pricing detail?   Can i know what's the price for firebase cloud messaging? 
5/26/16Kamran (Google Cloud Support)

Hello Lim,

Based on your message, I understand that you want to know the meaning of instance-hours in the App Engine pricing section of this articleIf so, I suggest visiting this thread on serverfault.com where my colleague posted an answer to a similar question. You can also visit this article for more detail information:

Instances running in manual and basic scaling services are billed at hourly rates based on uptime. Billing begins when an instance starts and ends fifteen minutes after a manual instance shuts down or fifteen minutes after a basic instance has finished processing its last request. 


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Aside from all that, I got my Pigeon Trivia little Google Assistant game show up in the Google Assistant Directory; hopefully it'll stand to remain in the catalog with some more astute development hours put in to it.

These are some photos of common pages I've been scrumming through to work out the development workflow. It's a massive undertaking of knowledge base.

The Google Cloud Unix Bash Shell Command-Line Interface

The Pigeon Trivia Google Assistant Actions Trivia Game Simulator.



The Google Application Programming Interface[s] catalog.

The Google Cloud Platform Retina App Logo

One of my pigeon App logos, from ink brush illustration. 

One of the internal Google Cloud Platform User Interface icon logos.

Here's my Google Assistant Action in the Google Assistant Directory. With luck, I'll be granted a pass with the work on development I've done on this and be given some monthly credits and a T-Shirt from the Google Assistant team!
Another Aztec encoding of the .webp format and protocol description itself; utilized in the Google Cloud Data Labeling API.

Monday, April 1

mbed'ing the Google Assistant Services (gRPC) Software Development Kit on to your Google AIY Voice Kit 2.0 Raspberry Pi Zero WH board from Target.

curl -sSL https://~`/•^°\=✓*bwip!!.com/installSlædeAeffe.™pac | sudo bash

???? {something like that, maybe}

The point is to develop the single threaded processor as a Complex Instruction Single Compute CISC processor (perhaps ad hoc usage somewhat)

to manage the various duties that the board can field and relay as far as sensory I/O and for the voltage required to push or throttle the calibration of the compressor/envelope signals in some notion of that the Google Assistant API - which is a massive undertaking of interfacing capabilities in libs and process-scripting of requiring all of Google's API repositories in being suited on-hand for the controller device as a « self-hosted » full server interface.


Important: this librarybwipp/>∆ is known as « gRPC » on GitHub or similar Unix / Linux architecture sort repository.

This sort of purpose in enterprise développent is otherwise known as a .icu (colloquially), of general Top Level Domain web app development.

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  # Perhaps, 1st of all, port scan (ioctl?) [Check]
      # the mbed board; perhaps at platformio.org (best
          # site for embedded device platforming, frameworks
         # and as a lib / script / proc - subtype
       # « customizing » (tryna) purpose about IoT device board
     # purchases in slædd'nAeFFé™ multivariate distributions
   # to bwipp pigeon around, see what's bwi-bwippsies
   
                   /`~/•^°\==✓°`* bwippzsi*'ieezz<_ span="">

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    # « | »
     is
    
« %7c »

in
  tcp/udp ipv4/v6 in the address line.
  # # in case your browser features a command-address line as for the
Straight Line | | delineator separator thing, as for UTF-8

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At some point, it's back to the instructions for doing the development board mbed thing of getting it working or better.

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Creating a Virtual Environment

  in
Python 3.3(+) 

     with
          Lib/venv
         
The 'venv' module.

Invoking the virtual environment is important to previz the middle ground between scripting code and commands (libs / firmware flashing) in to the embedded device.

# # you'll need to know the path to your desired destination device, which isn't an off-hand easy thing to simply stated or claim, and as well pull it off like bwipp-si*ezzz.


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Okay, perhaps not, though. Not Python, I'd decide - for this one. I find some of the syntax in Python to be contrary to some of my efforts at understanding scripting and coding, as a musician at heart. I'm planning on going with a Java embedded platform.

Update: May 6th, 2019:


Instead of continuing to try to SSH in to the Voice Kit 2.0 as a first-off consideration, I purchased a mini-HDMI to HDMI cable at Fry's Electronics; a warehouse electronics specialty store. I was pleased to see the results when I plugged it in and booted up the system - a complete Linux operating system contained within the small Google Cardboard Voice Kit.

The home screen of the Google AIY Voice Kit 2.0 - a complete Linux operating system in and of itself

Check out my newer blog posts to see progress I've made on a concept for the AIY Voice Kit 2.0 embedded platform based on Dialogflow - a conversational interface for Google Cloud Developers.

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