The Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest and one of the most brilliant of the many springs in Yellowstone. The temperature of the water is around 60°C. The yellow, orange and brown colors are caused by small heat-loving microorganisms, names thermophiles. The intense blue color in the center is because of the sunlight gets scattered by fine particles in the water. Simply beautiful!
The beautiful colors in Yellowstone National Park (USA) are the result of pigmented bacteria that grow around the edges of the mineral rich water. I very much enjoyed it a few years ago, cannot wait to get back there.
With Freescale merged into NXP, I guess this was the last FTF (Freescale Technology Forum) after a history of 10 years. Maybe it will transform into a ‘NTF’, at least I hope that such an energizing event and conference will continue in the new NXP area. I was busy with delivering my own sessions, but had time to meet and greet and see a lot of interesting stuff. After visiting the TechLab several times and after all the discussions with other embedded enthusiasts I have now many cool projects in mind :-).
So what I do here is to share some impressions with pictures and videos. It will take me weeks to absorb everything. Not to talk about the huge email backlog I have now ;-). So enjoy:
Today was again one of these days: Getting up to work early in the morning has one possible benefit: there is a chance to watch a wonderful sunrise. If the conditions are right, then the morning sky can glow in … Continue reading →