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    Good Grief! Is that the time?

    6 Comment(s) 27 May 2015

    Finally, Max is up and running with his entry for the Capriciously Cunning Chronograph Competition.

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    GPAK eval -- the hardware

    2 Comment(s) 27 May 2015

    For ease of introduction to the part, Silego built a nice development board system.

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    If there's a will, is there a whey -- and curds?

    27 May 2015

    In addition to cows, sheep, and goats -- cheese can also be made out of the milk from other mammals, including buffalo, reindeer, camels, and yaks.

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    Smarter power monitoring

    27 May 2015

    Built around an internal 16-bit PIC MCU, Microchip's new power monitoring IC makes it flexible enough for both industrial and consumer apps requiring

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    Have you turned on your Parallella yet?

    27 May 2015

    A discussion at ESC Boston got me wondering how many people had turned on their Parallella board and what they're doing with it.

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Good Grief! Is that the time?

6 Comments Save & Follow Save to My Library

Finally, Max is up and running with his entry for the Capriciously Cunning Chronograph Competition. Read More

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GPAK eval -- the hardware

2 Comments Save & Follow Save to My Library

For ease of introduction to the part, Silego built a nice development board system. Read More

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If there's a will, is there a whey -- and curds?

0 Comments Save & Follow Save to My Library

In addition to cows, sheep, and goats -- cheese can also be made out of the milk from other mammals, including buffalo, reindeer, camels, and yaks. Read More

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Smarter power monitoring

0 Comments Save & Follow Save to My Library

Built around an internal 16-bit PIC MCU, Microchip's new power monitoring IC makes it flexible enough for both industrial and consumer apps requiring Read More

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Have you turned on your Parallella yet?

0 Comments Save & Follow Save to My Library

A discussion at ESC Boston got me wondering how many people had turned on their Parallella board and what they're doing with it. Read More

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