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The One Button Audiobook Player

This little Raspberry Pi based project is a gift for my wife’s grandmother for her 90th birthday. Being visually impaired, she is hard to entertain but loves to listen to audiobooks. The problem is, that she isn’t able to handle a ghetto blaster or MP3 player.

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Getting Started with OPENOCD Using FT2232H Adapter for SWD Debugging

Old MCUs from vendors like ATMEL and MICROCHIP, like the PIC16F and Atmega family, tend to have a special programming interface to program internal flash. For example, Atmega used SPI pins (MISO, MOSI, SCK) and PIC used two pins (PGC, PGD)— one as a clock and another as a bi-directional data line.

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Symbi­Flow – open source FPGA tooling for rapid innov­ation

Symbi­Flow – open source FPGA tooling for rapid innov­ation SymbiFlow is a work-in-progress FOSS Verilog-to-Bitstream (end-to-end) FPGA synthesis flow, currently targeting Xilinx 7-Series, Lattice iCE40 and Lattice ECP5 FPGAs. Think of it as the GCC of FPGAs.

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Mithro Runs Down Open Source FPGA Toolchains

Tim [Mithro] Ansell has a lot to tell you about the current state of open FPGA tooling: 115 slides in 25 minutes if you’re counting. His SymbiFlow project aims to be the GCC of FPGA toolchains: cross-platform, multi-platform, completely free, and all-encompassing.

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