Workshop Update for August 3rd, 2012

Posted on Friday, August 3rd, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

Today we took a stroll trough Singapore, and visited the local Hackerspace. We posted live pics on our twitter feed, and re-uploaded them to the blog.

Tomorrow is the first day of the Singapore Maker Faire which we’ll attend, be sure to stop by if you’re in the area. We’ll be tweeting pictures live from the Maker Faire.

The I2C slave issues with the Bus Pirate Demo Board v5 were finally resolved today. We are happy to say that the PIC16F is now capable of emulating a 24LC01 I2C EEPROM in all modes of operation, supporting both v3 and v4 of the Bus Pirate.

We added some new parts to out Eagle part library, and started a Eagle tutorial for next week.

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