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RPiSoC - a new Kickstarter Project

School is kicking off and so is a new Kickstarter project from two recent RPI grads: Robert Barron and Brian Bradley. As part of a senior project team they designed a PSoC 5 board that connects natively to the popular Raspberry Pi computer, Arduino shields and Digilent Pmods. You can check out the kickstarter project page here . 

There was also a great webinar yesterday hosted by Element 14. I will post the link next week when I get it.

Until then,

C. U. A.round

  

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