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  1. By Christopher Rush Digi-Key Just over 2 years ago the Raspberry Pi foundation launched the original Compute Module (CM1), which was based around the same BCM2835 processor of the original Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi Foundation launched this ...
    MCU open-source platforms » Raspberry Pi Foundation » Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3
  2. Duane Benson Embedded The Arduino began life as a simple and inexpensive 8-bit microcontroller teaching tool. In the intervening decade plus, it’s grown into a diverse platform that has revolutionized the microcontroller education and hobby ...
  3. Jacob Beningo EDN Despite its popularity among hobbyists and electronics enthusiasts, the Arduino has become infamous among professional embedded systems developers. I must admit that for the longest time I also viewed the Arduino as so simple it ...
  4. Jenny List It’s been a long wait, but our latest single board computer for review is finally here! The BBC micro:bit, given free to every seventh-grade British child, has landed at Hackaday courtesy of a friend in the world of ...
  5. Vadim Kolesnik myDevices company has recently announced a platform to create Internet of Things (IoT) projects based on the Raspberry Pi (RPi) single-board computer. This project builder called Cayenne and first presented at the IoT Evolution Expo ...
  6. Christopher Stanton, element14 Our good friend biglesp put the Raspberry Pi 2 to the test the last time around, though I feel that he missed a good number of possible benchmarks to run on the hardware. With that in mind, I'm going to test the main ...
    MCU open-source platforms » Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  7. Part 1 nBench I thought it would be good to include this for retro' computing sake, especially considering that the Raspberry Pi is intended to be going back to the roots of learning how to code and programme with a capable hands-on computer ...
    MCU open-source platforms » Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  8. Max Maxfield, Richard Price EETimes One of the main design considerations for the FPGA-based Cubic Board was to make it easily accessible to both software and hardware developers I first met Bo Zhou in September 2013. We both worked at Altera ...
  9. Mike Szczys Microchip has unveiled a new dev board called the Curiosity Development Board. I had my first look at this at Bay Area Maker Faire back in May but was asked not to publicize the hardware since it wasn’t officially ...
  10. BBC The BBC has unveiled the BBC micro:bit, a pocket-sized codeable computer with motion detection, a built-in compass and Bluetooth technology, which is to be given free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK. A collaboration between ...
    Beginners · MCU open-source platforms » BBC » BBC micro:bit
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