Building a Raspberry Pi Pico Emulator #RaspberryPiPico @hackadayio @UriShaked
Uri Shaked has embarked on live-coding an open-source Pico emulator from scratch. The project is documented on Hackaday IO and YouTube.
A series of live-streams where we’ll be coding a Pi PICO simulator from scratch. Expect deep-dives into the datasheet, head-scratching and code-staring, a lot of frustration, and maybe a blinking LED at the end.
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