On the Embedded World fair in Nuremburg this year, I got an LPC812-LPCXpresso board  from some friendly guys at the both of of “Future Electronics” .
For a recent project I experimented with alternatives to the very low end PIC 10LF322 chips. I made a small prototype board with the PIC 12LF1822 to perform some tests.
The MSP430 Launchpad is an inexpensive vehicle to dive into TIs MSP40 microprocessor architecture. To simplify programming the MSP430 there is a fork of the well-known Arduino environment for the MSP430 – the ‘Energia’ project.
When testing an Arduino board, I encountered some strange problems. I decided to build such a board from scratch to find out what the problem was. I had some ATmegaxx8 target boards from Evil Mad Scientists (see ) available, so I decided to convert one of them into an Arduino compatible board for testing. ATMEGA168P …
This is a small prototype board for ATMELs ATtiny4, 5, 9 and 10 chips. These devices come in an SOT-23 package and have the same layout regarding the power pins as the Microchip 10f200 to 10f222 devices. So this board is usable with the Microchip devices as well.