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Mark Bolton
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I just deployed my MQTT sub module which controls the lighting in the front section of my RV.

It wasnt difficult enough to be discouraging but not easy enough that I feel smug.

If you want to know more see the link on my profile.

Regards mark

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frogandtoad
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Posted by: @mark-bolton

I just deployed my MQTT sub module which controls the lighting in the front section of my RV.

It wasnt difficult enough to be discouraging but not easy enough that I feel smug.

If you want to know more see the link on my profile.

Regards mark

MQTT2
MQTT1

 Congratulations... it's a great feeling to design something and getting working.

Cheers.


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Mark Bolton
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@frogandtoad

Thank you so much for your kind words. Yes you are so fundamentally RIGHT in pointing out that when we build something and "it works" 

... right from the beginning of our lives as children when it was  "gings"as methods of conveying small missiles as well as my air rifle , as a young feller. I must have put a kilo of slugs through my air rifle and i always shot all the pegs off the next door neighbors clothes line.  and explosives learning about chemistry...

That was then and this is now...

What is happening to me now is like I have been wafted up  into a whole new universe,,, I though the same when I bought mt HP11-C calculator in my final year of Trade School (early 80s)  - "What a time to be alive I shouted ! and It has gotten even better ever since then !

What a time to be alive ... !!ViVA!!


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frogandtoad
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I liked throwing petty bangers myself! 😀


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