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Elektor talks about Arduino

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dcuartielles writes

March 2010, Elektor’s English edition brings an article on 20 Open Source Tools. Arduino is featured as the first one of a series of tools that we all admire. It is really nice to be featured in Elektor (though I know it is not the first time, there have been several articles before where readers were using the Arduino board to develop their projects). This same issue brings a very interesting article titled Small & Open Source embedded operating systems that can run on AVR … this means you could probably run many of those small OS on one of the Arduino board models.


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1 Comment

  1. Elektor do seem to be becoming big fans of Arduino. Can only be a good thing for the Arduino community!

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