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DrFPGA
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What a Great Deal!
DrFPGA   11/26/2013 2:32:08 PM
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I've been hoping to see more of these classes with a hands-on component. The idea of a few days up front and then a bit of a 'vacation' to get the board in hand sounds perfect! With fast shipping these days it's a natural.

Hope there is a big turn-out se we can see more of these!

David Ashton
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Free boards??? Yeah right
David Ashton   11/26/2013 5:16:38 PM
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Hi Max

As usual us plebs outside the US and Canada do not exist and we cannot get the free boards......

However your article does have a link where we can get to purchase a board for the course...however this just takes us to an EET page with a picture of the board.

Could you correct the link so we can get to where we can purchase one?  Thanks...

 

 

 

 



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