Monthly Archives: September 2017

When all you have is a hammer…….

Last weekend I attended a retro-computing fair at the Centre of Computing History in Cambridge. ┬áThis was my first visit to this popuar museum and I was impressed by the range of exhibits that they had on show. 35 years … Continue reading

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Arduino meets open FPGA

Arduino is the Marmite of embedded programming – you either love it or hate it. Regardless of how you feel about it – Arduino in the last 12 years probably has introduced more people to embedded programming of microcontrollers than … Continue reading

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