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Week in (p)review: May 27, 2011

Posted on Friday, May 27th, 2011 in week in review by Ian

Eric Pan (Seeed Studio) and Ian (me).

Facebook free PCB Friday is on the way. Don’t forget to share your current project in the comments or the forum.

Here’s a summary of major developments over the last week:

Coming this week:

  • An interview with Microchip’s PR driods about the new chipKIT Arduino-like board
  • Bus Blaster v2 restock is coming, more CoolRunner-II dev-boards too
  • Bus Pirate v3.5, a minor update, should be stocked soon
  • We’ll look as some new boards, and new revisions of existing projects
  • Debug IR Toy IR transmit problems
  • Hopefully a video blog
  • More updated release packages
  • Free PCB Sunday
  • Free PCBs via Twitter on Tuesday
  • Free PCBs via Facebook on Friday
  • Weekly roundup and preview every Friday

What are you hacking this week?

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3 Responses to “Week in (p)review: May 27, 2011”

  1. John says:

    i need one pcb for proyect of artificial vision

  2. Paz says:

    Any updates on IR toy V3?

  3. Bre says:

    Great to hang out!

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