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Open source STM32 book

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Open source STM32 book at Indiana University: Lucky students at Indiana University might like to enrol on the [C - H]335 Computer Structures course run by Geoffrey Brown. If they do, they will be treated to a great introduction to the STM32 processor. The lab manual for the course is...

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FRAM MCUs for Dummies book giveaway at Mouser

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Mouser is giving away the Texas Instruments FRAM MCUs for Dummies book. Hand over your personal details to Mouser if you're willing, and they'll send you the book. Could be fun. Via the forum. Thanks Chuckt!

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  • Jon Jackson: I would be interested in 1 or 2 of your circuit boards. Jon
  • Max: An actual Saturday "detector" built with the same hardware would use the precisely timed slightly varying length of the day (and some built-in astronomy data)...
  • KH: In the old days, these things remained on paper forever as whimsical scrawls. Today, they are brandished about on blogs for the entire world to...
  • KH: So he doesn't really know what he's doing. Yawn. It's sensor-controlled. It's not an oscillator. A leaf covers the window, you're toast. TLV3702? Overkill. The...