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Bus Pirate v4 build workshop update

Posted on Tuesday, May 1st, 2012 in BP v4, builds by DP

Here’s a followup to our 30x Bus Pirate v4 build workshop post. You can check out the pics and videos of the group build on Google+:

There were four of us involved in the planning and running of the build. We put a fairly large amount of effort into planning the event, particularly with respect to how to kit up the SMD parts and organize the build process with close to 30 people attending.

Thanks again to Ian for his enthusiasm for the build and for sending Dangerous Prototype stickers for everyone who participated!

Thanks Scott! Via the comments.

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One Response to “Bus Pirate v4 build workshop update”

  1. Merijn says:

    Hi there,

    I wish there were events like this in Holland. Great to see you guys working together.

    When I saw you guys having success I decided I could not stay behind. Today I succeeded in getting my own Bus Pirate up-and-running.

    Merijn

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