Our Mission

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Here at L33T we believe in a better world, a world where our biggest problems can be solved through the use of human capital, ingenuity and hard work.

We believe that in order to achieve this view of the world individuals need to take control of their lives and understand the information rich world that we find ourselves in. The first step to understanding this quagmire of information is to understand how to break complex problems down in to smaller, more manageable challenges. When we can do this, we can do anything.

Our mission here is not to make money or show people what we can do, we’re here to help others to understand the world around them by helping them to build skills that will enable them to break these problems down and change our future for the betterment of man.

We have a simple slogan here at L33T which is “Coding a Better World”. The meaning behind this slogan is that more people who can break down problems, understand the world and create innovative solutions the better our tomorrow will be.

We’ve started helping people through this site and our E-Bay shop with information and beginner tutorials in the hope that one day we can have the honour to inspire someone who will change our reality for the better.


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Welcome to L33T (pronounced LeeT) a place that contains some useful information for anyone with an interest in programming, electronics or robotics. I have upcoming projects that will be added to the site rather soon but in the meantime you can view some of my work in the side projects section of the site.

These projects tend to take a long tome to complete and can be suspended for a number of months due to everyday life getting in the way! I hope to have Envelope completed in the next few months; Envelope is an encryption program written in Java that uses Java’s Security Framework and can encrypt multiple files using a password protected keystore.

I will add some of my Arduino projects to the Arduino Section. These projects will include Time Bear, Time Clock, Modular Intelligent Programmable Robot (MIPR).

I now have an E-bay section of the site, this contains tutorials designed to help people purchasing things from my E-Bay store. These will mostly be Arduino tutorials; I separated this section from the Arduino section to make it easier for E-Bay users to find.

Finally, towards the end of this year I will have some information regarding steganography with a simple example program.

Feel free to have a look around, you might find something interesting.

Building the Battery Board Tutorial

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This tutorial is now complete and can be viewed here.
In the tutorial you will build an Odometry Module and a Battery Board giving MIPR much more functionality. It’s an intermediate tutorial and requires some setup so ensure that you watch the videos and read the tutorial carefully. If you have any issues put them in the comments box at the bottom of the page.