Month: September 2013


Microcontrollers for All: The Shrimp at Wuthering Bytes and So Make It

There is something of a race to make the cheapest possible computer and if the Internet of Things is to succeed, then we need such products. The good thing about many of these boards is that they are readily available to the consumer, and very accessible for the embedded non-specialist, whether a product designer, a teacher or a hobbyist Read More

ORCONF 2013 Next Month – Free and Open Source Silicon Chip Design for All

The annual OpenCores conference is now in its third year and comes to the UK for the first time. We'll be meeting on 5-6 October at the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory. This is the ultimate informal conference, where all of those interested in open source silicon chip design can get together to talk, design, eat and drink Read More