43Oh project of the month contest

Posted on Saturday, May 7th, 2011 in MSP430, News by the machinegeek

43Oh has announced that entry to their May 2011 contest is open. This is an opportunity for you to show off what you can do with the MSP430. The winner will be determined based upon poll results of members of the forum. Check out the 43Oh contest page for full details, rules and prizes.

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2 Responses to “43Oh project of the month contest”

  1. Zeta says:

    too bad the site wont load on Peru :/

  2. bluehash says:

    Hello zeta, what is Peru?

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