By default ROS doesn’t indicate what is the state of a particular node. If a node exits abnormally (for example when an exception is raised, or a computer running the node is power cycled) ROS master will still hold a reference to this node. Fortunately there are some tools that can help you check/clean the node status.
Yeah, I broke it. But then I fixed it using technology.
Recently I had an idea that I would like to play a bit with robotic cars. Here is a day 0 of my car project.
Since I’ve been trying to learn Rust for over a year now I thought that participating in Rust Fest would be a great boost in both motivation to keep digging into Rust and in learning new things and being inspired. It turns out I was not wrong!
Just recently I read Let my people Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman and realized that it’s quite probably one of the most impactful book I read in my life.