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Lew Payne commented on Michael Zaffuto's blog post XmegaPilot CPLD Provides Failsafe Functionality
"None of the links, included in the above message, are highlighted or underlined. Oh, I see... the text is a bit more bold, but almost imperceptibly so. How annoying... considering that underline is the standard for denoting a link as clickable."
Jun 10, 2010
Lew Payne commented on Michael Zaffuto's blog post XmegaPilot CPLD Provides Failsafe Functionality
"If I don't get lazy over the weekend, I'll snap some pics of my two development boards. I had a really difficult time finding an STM32 based dev board that I liked... I'm quite picky, and wanted a certain feature set on-board as well…"
Jun 10, 2010
Lew Payne commented on Michael Zaffuto's blog post XmegaPilot CPLD Provides Failsafe Functionality
"Anyone use the Cypress PSoC (Programmable System on Chip)? I'm curious about it, but don't want to invest the time into learning enough about it to make an informed decision. My current development systems are STM32 (CORTEX-M3) based, as…"
Jun 9, 2010
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"Lew Payne's Technical Blog Nothing fancy, nothing intended for public consumption. I just got tired of trying to remember which research papers contained what material that was important to me. As a result, I'm slowly transferring my…"
Jun 9, 2010
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"Welcome aboard Lew! Your insights and thoughts are appreciated!"
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At 4:34pm on June 9, 2010, Lew Payne said…
Lew Payne's Technical Blog

Nothing fancy, nothing intended for public consumption. I just got tired of trying to remember which research papers contained what material that was important to me. As a result, I'm slowly transferring my library of several hundred notes and research papers onto my blog, where I can comment on the important sections of each.
At 3:56pm on June 9, 2010, Michael Zaffuto said…
Welcome aboard Lew! Your insights and thoughts are appreciated!
 
 
 

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