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Edsger Dijkstra. A classic book.
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7/20/16
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My latest computer: a 6502 microprocessor kit. Made and designed, in Thailand, by Wichit Sirichote.Completely open and documented. http://www.kswichit.com/6502/6502.html . Bought one, impressive !
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This week, a single-board 6502 computer with a lovely front panel - it can also easily drive an LCD. It has an 8 digit seven-segment display, a 36 key keypad, 32k RAM and 32k EPROM, an expansion connector, I/O lines and indicator LEDs.

Unexpectedly, the designer Wichit Sirichote has used TTL chips to provide 24 I/O lines, and a microcontroller to provide a 10ms tick, where we'd normally see both in the form of a VIA or CIA. But the microcontroller also takes a serial input from the 6502, so there's a possibility of experimenting with the two processors cooperating.

Source is included for the machine monitor, the PLD, the microcontroller and some example 6502 programs. From time to time you'll find a kit of parts on ebay for $120, but aside from the PCB design it looks like you could make one yourself by buying the standard parts.

The design is influenced by the Z80-based Microprofessor 1 - and you'll find other SBCs on the site for Z80, 8051, 6811 and 68k CPUs. We're reminded, of course, of the KIM-1, and also reminded of Acorn's System 1 in its two-board format.

Via Hans Otten's retrocomputing site:
http://retro.hansotten.nl/1732-2/

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Raspberry Pi zero case!
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Help Beethoven met zijn composities op zijn 245e geboortedag! #GoogleDoodle

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Another fine and well documented  Alex project!

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Be carefull storing usernames and passwords in Filezilla. They are stored unencrypted and there are known exploits (Drive  by types). 
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