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ARM Cortex-M3 PSoC 5 Design Challenge: Enter Now!

Jim Farrell
12/10/2010 00:13 AM EST

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lyndonwhite
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lyndonwhite   12/28/2010 2:37:22 PM
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Manveru   12/20/2010 12:16:14 PM
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I am always curious why these contest are limited to countries such as United States, Germany or United Kingdom. Why country such as Poland is worst than Germany? We have many talented engineers in our country and I think lot of them would like to participate is such contests. I am disappointed.

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EdV1022   12/11/2010 5:53:28 AM
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I bought a 6800D2 at a flea market in 1985(ish?) it was my first experience with a microprocessor development system that cost something that I could actually afford. I discovered the 6801 and 6805 with BUFFALO soon after. Good times!

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