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Weekly Newsletter Raffle Winners Sign up for your chance to win. 11-28-17 Newsletter included a raffle for a 2016 archive CD of Circuit Cellar. The winner is: James F. 11-21-17 Newsletter included a raffle for the book Assembly Language Essentials. The … Continue reading

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Flowcode (Part 5): Ghost Technology

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Flowcode features several debugging tools designed to help you develop your programs, get them working reliably, and eliminate any bugs. The fifth article in this series deals with the debugging features. Download the article In the first article in this series, you … Continue reading

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Flowcode (Part 4): Dev Boards to Pro Apps

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In the first article in this series, you were introduced to Flowcode 7, flowchart-driven electronic IDE that enables you to produce hex code for more than 1,300 different microcontrollers, including PIC8, PIC16, PIC32, AVR, Arduino, and ARM. The second article detailed how to get … Continue reading

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Flowcode 7 (Part 3): Modbus and DMX512 (Sponsor: Matrix)

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In the first article in this series, you were introduced to Flowcode 7, flowchart-driven electronic IDE that enables you to produce hex code for more than 1,300 different microcontrollers, including PIC8, PIC16, PIC32, AVR, Arduino, and ARM. The second article … Continue reading

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Flowcode 7 (Part 2): Displays in Flowcode (Sponsor: Matrix)

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In the first part of this series, you were introduced to Flowcode 7, a flowchart-driven electronic IDE that enables you to produce hex code for more than 1,300 different microcontrollers, including PIC8, PIC16, PIC32, AVR, Arduino, and ARM. In the … Continue reading

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Flowcode 7 (Part 1): Simplifying Microcontroller Programming (Sponsor: Matrix)

These days the most commonly used device in electronic systems is the microcontroller: it is hard to find a piece of electronics without one, and you use thousands of them a day. In this free article, John Dobson, managing director … Continue reading

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