Support CNX Software

CNX Software blog does generate some income from advertisement and affiliate programs,  but if you like what we are doing here there are other ways – both monetary and non-monetary – to help us out carrying our daily work.

Here’s the free options first:

  1. Comment on posts
    If you have a question, correction, or comment about a particular post, fire away and write in the comment section. That makes the blog more interesting and interactive and may help bring more traffic.
  2. Find a post interesting? Don’t hesitate to share it on social sites.
    I’ve covered a few stories that made it to Slashdot or Hacker News, unfortunately, those did not link directly to this blog, but to some better-known sites that linked to
    Whether you are on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, just share a story if you find it interesting, and even more importantly, if you are a visitor of Hacker News, Slashdot, Reddit, and other technical sites, and think a story is worth a mention there, share away!
  3. Follow the blog on social networks. Follow cnxsoft on Twitter, like cnxsoft on Facebook, or follow our LinkedIn account.
  4. Buy through this blog
    I’ve joined several affiliate programs with sites that sell gadgets or development boards & components, so if you are a regular visitor, and/or one of my post saved you a lot of time, and need to buy something (and it can be anything, e.g. clothes, books…), you could consider buying via links from my website to one of the following merchants:
  5. Share a Tutorial / How-to Post on
    You have one of the devices featured on this site and have done some pretty cool stuff with it. Don’t hesitate to share what you’ve done via the “Contact Us” page above. If I think other people will find it interesting I’ll feature it on and give credit to your name or alias, unless you wish to remain anonymous.

Finally, you could also support the blog by giving a monthly donation through Patreon, or a one-time donation via cryptocurrencies.

Become a Patron! Thanks for reading and visiting this blog.

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