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Say hello to C.A.T.T. Bot!
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Brilliant technique for reverse engineering a PCB!
A a quick and easy way of tracing connections on a printed circuit board.
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Cool, people will like LoRa performance I think. I was certainly happy with the LoRa performance on the mailbox alert I put together. Installed it at my parent's house at Thanksgiving, worked great.
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Some awesome possibilities with this little jewel!
Open-source quad-core camera effortlessly adds powerful machine vision to all your PC/Arduino/Raspberry Pi projects
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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No hot air reflow equipment? Try hot light reflow!
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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Meet the latest from Arduino - the MKRZero.
Arduino Products > Arduino MKRZero. Arduino MKRZero. The MKRZero brings you the power of a Zero in the smaller format established by the MKR form factor. This board aims to provide a platform for innovative projects in wearable technology, high-tech automation, crazy robotics, and much more.
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Bluetooth v5.0 Core Specifications released.
Check out the latest adopted specifications from the Bluetooth SIG.
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Nice article on level shifting.
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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The only limit is what you can do with 1 kB of program memory
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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Raspberry Pi2 got a processor upgrade!
Back in September a new version of the Pi2 quietly appeared on Farnell’s website without a fanfare. It’s exactly the same as the original Pi2 except the processor is BCM2837 running at …
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We are a group of microcontroller enthusiasts in the Nashville, TN area. We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at Correct Care Solutions. All types of microcontrollers are welcome. Come join us!

Ian Lee, Sr.
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NashMicro members may be interested in the Losant IoT workshop being held from 4-6pm.
The tools, libraries, and IDE's that are available today make it easy to be productive as a developer. Also, there are a TON of freely available API's in the cloud, enabling such awesome functionality as Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Natural Language Understanding and Translation, and Big Data Manipulation. Mobile screens are in every hand, and more and more devices are becoming programmable and connected. DevFest is Nashville's introducti...
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Thank you for heads up! I'm planning on attending the afternoon session.

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Ian Lee, Sr.
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Nice shootout of some common humidity sensors.
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Gavin Groce

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Does anyone know where I can purchase a 3.3v and a 5v ftdi adapter? I moved and mine have hit the eather... and I would like to try my hand at an esp module my brother gifted me...
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digi-key has various varieties with various convenient headers, but probably cost a bit more: digikey.com - TTL-232R-3V3 FTDI, Future Technology Devices International Ltd | Cable Assemblies | DigiKey
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Kevin Groce

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Running Intel TBB On a Raspberry Pi
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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Google announced a new IoT platform called Android Things.
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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Always check the polarity of your capacitors!
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Ian Lee, Sr.
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Neat trick for saving pins to tuck away in the ole brain bin.
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Brilliant, though I hope my projects never come to that!
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