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Con el declive de sistemas de control de versiones de código como Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) y el auge de otras como Git, nos encontramos ante un problema común y recurrente en repositorios TFVC:

¿Cómo cambiamos de un repositorio TFVC ya existente a un repositorio Git, sin afectar a todo el trabajo ya realizado, a todo el seguimiento de código, de manera sencilla y rápida, y lo más importante, sin que afecte al equipo?

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There are many ways to improve our code, some people advocate for having a code with solid and reliable functionality, others for a clean code, and why not, others for a code that just works.

In No Country For Geeks we believe that the code has to be art, and we are not referring to an abstract picture that each person interprets in a different way; we are talking about a symphony in which each variable, each method, each line, is a compound of functionality, beauty, simplicity and elegance that reach excellence as far as possible.

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Fortunately or unfortunately, the world of IOT is becoming a tangle of devices, services, software and operating systems. This doesn’t have to be bad, in fact these are great news for Makers who want to apply craft solutions to their projects and ideas. However, to some degree, it can become a difficulty chaos to understand, especially for those who are starting.

Today, after a couple of days browsing, I come to present my experience with the most used WIFI module, NodeMCU / ESP8266.

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We all know the advantages of method overloading in our code.

Method overload is the creation of several methods with the same name, but with different signatures and definitions. The number and type of arguments are used to select which method definition to execute.

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Continuando con una serie de post orientados a la programación sobre la placa NodeMCU,un dispositivo bastante usado en el mundillo IOT para todo lo relacionado con WIFI, y que está disponible en Amazon por apenas 8€, además incluye el chip WIFI ESP8266, uno de los más comunes y versátiles. Como decía vamos a aventurarnos en el uso de dos herramientas bastante usadas para ejecutar comandos y cargar scripts en lenguaje LUA en nuestro dispositivos. Puede usarse el SDK incluido en ESP8266 para programar, pero hay varias razones para no hacerlo.

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