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Micro Python - Python for microcontrollers

Micro Python - Python for microcontrollers

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Micro Python: Python for microcontrollers by Damien George The Micro Python project has been Kick-started! Thanks to all backers! You can find the project, including the software and hardware, at micropython.org. Espruino: JavaScript for Things by Gordon Williams Want to write about Espruino? Check out this page Espruino is a small computer that anyone can use to control things around them. Linux Embedded Devices Comparison: Yun, BeagleBoard, Rascal, Raspi, Cubieboard & pcDuino Awaiting for the new release, Arduino Yun, I think it's very interesting to know more about the new linux devices in the market. There are a lot of emerging ones and many of them agree in the same feature: to be Arduino-compatible. Why? Arduino was launched in 2005 and it has become in a standard as a modular platform, so all new devices want to add this feature, allowing people to use each platform as easy as Arduino. Some can carry Ethernet, Wifi, HDMI, NAND flash... these features change in each board we are going to compare. But all of them have GPIOs, and even an expansion board to make the port easy.

VHDL Tutorial Jan Van der Spiegel University of Pennsylvania Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering VHDL Tutorial 1 1. Introduction. 1 Micro Python: more powerful than Arduino, simpler than the Raspberry Pi University of Cambridge theoretical physicist Damien George has built a tiny microcontroller that is more powerful than Arduino and far simpler than the Raspberry Pi. Just funded on Kickstarter, the £24 board runs an adapted version of Python known as Micro Python and will allow users to simply paste lines of text code onto the board to make it work. "The board has a USB port which allows you to easily connect it to a PC.

OneWire ALPHA - Beta Firmware and Drivers - Netduino Forums 'Chris Walker', on 29 Aug 2010 - 9:34 PM, said: For firmware enhancements like this, be sure to put the changes/new features in a custom namespace (not one starting with Netduino or SecretLabs). Since we support the Netduino hardware, we need to make sure people understand what comes from us and what comes from the community. List of 39 Low Cost Linux Friendly Boards and Products Dmitry (omgfire), one of my awesome readers, compiled a great tabular list of Linux friendly boards and products that sells for less than $300 US (usually less than $200). This list includes technical details such as the processor, GPU, memory, NAND flash, connectivity, ports, supported Linux distributions… as well as availability and pricing information. There are currently 39 Linux devices in total.

The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Arduino Over the Christmas break from work I wanted to learn something new. I’ve been eyeing up Arduino for some time now, and for Christmas I got an Arduino UNO R3 board. What is Arduino? Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Source:

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