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The multicore Propeller microcontroller, kits, and development boards, programmable in Spin. The Parallax P8X32A Propeller chip, introduced in 2006, is a multi-core architecture parallel microcontroller with eight 32-bit RISC CPU cores. The Parallax Propeller microcontroller, Propeller Assembly language, and Spin interpreter were designed by one person, Parallax’s co-founder and president Chip Gracey. The Spin Programming language and “Propeller Tool” integrated development environment were designed by Chip Gracey and Parallax’s software engineer Jeff Martin – Wikipedia.
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