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Probe cable giveaway

Posted on Monday, October 26th, 2009 in binmode, Bus Pirate, scripts by Ian

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For the past week we’ve been collecting your demo scripts for the Bus Pirate’s new binary interface mode. All the entries were excellent. Thank you for participating!

Everyone who submitted a script will get a probe cable kit, courtesy of Seeed Studio.

If you didn’t finish a script in time for the giveaway, we’d still like to host your script in the Bus Pirate project SVN.

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