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Week in (p)review June 29, 2012

Posted on Friday, June 29th, 2012 in week in review by DP

Here’s a summary of major developments over the last week. Free PCB Friday is coming up soon.

Coming up:

  • Free PCBs via Facebook on Friday
  • App notes on the weekend
  • Free PCB Sunday
  • Parts on Monday
  • New 3D model on Monday
  • Free PCBs via Twitter on Tuesday
  • USB stack tutorial on Wednesday
  • Workshop video on Thursday
  • Weekly roundup and preview every Friday

What are you hacking this week?

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2 Responses to “Week in (p)review June 29, 2012”

  1. iyahdub says:

    That ATX board is top notch !!

  2. iyahdub says:

    Actualy hacking a brain trainer, so i can re-use the touch screen…Just started a few days ago, and only had time to see whats inside…
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150999082472948&set=a.10150525641892948.393301.622582947&type=3&theater

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