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Juan Gonzalez Gomez
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Tutorial 1 - Ejercicio 1: instalar App Circuit Scramble y pasar el nivel 1 #FPGAwars +Juan Gonzalez Gomez
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Tutorial 1 - Ejercicio 2: Pasar los niveles 2 y 3 del Circuit Scramble. #FPGAwars +Juan Gonzalez Gomez
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The book FreeCAD for Inventors has been released. This ebook is about 200 pages focused on the most common modeling techniques and tools. It's for sale on both Amazon and Kobo (cheaper on Kobo).

Both allow you to download a sample for free.

http://sliptonic.com/new-book-is-finished/
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One serial port library to rule them all for #electronics #arduino etc.

Modern operating systems insulate us — as programmers, especially — from so much work. Depending on how far back you go, programmers had to manage their own fonts, their own allocation space on mass storage, or even their own memory allotments. Every…
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FreeCad Metal staircase
FreeCad Металлическая лестница
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What if those cheap action cams were infrared cameras? You can't buy it, but you can build it

FLIR are making some really great miniature thermal cameras these days, designed for applications such as self-driving cars, and tools that help keep firefighters safe. That’s great and all, but these thermal cameras are so cool, you really just want to…
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Mini tutorial sobre cómo programar la FPGA Spartan 6 de Xilinx usando un programador JTAG de bajo coste.

#vhdl #spartan6 #xilinx #fpga #jtag #ft232h
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No te puedes perder el vídeo de esta tarde, montamos a Otto. #ottodiy #diy #otto Hoy a las 18:00 CET en el canal
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Tired of creating schematic symbols yourself in KiCAD? Try uConfig!

Last time we talked about a KiCAD tool it was to describe a way to make the zen-like task of manual assembly more convenient. But what about that most onerous of EE CAD tasks, part creation? Home makers probably don’t have access to expensive part library…
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