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STM64 Discovery?
betajet   1/8/2014 6:04:40 PM
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I shall expect a free 64-bit ST Discovery board in my swag at the next EE Live!  :-)

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Susan Rambo   1/8/2014 6:39:42 PM
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Ha ha. I have a cool CorStarter-STM32 Kit that Richard at Image Craft sent me to get some airtime on EE TImes. What should I do with it, do you think?  I only have one. 

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Susan Rambo   1/8/2014 6:45:00 PM
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or is 32-bit just passé now?

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David Ashton   1/8/2014 6:45:05 PM
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@Susan, you could give it to Caleb to offer as a prixe in the caption competition!

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Susan Rambo   1/8/2014 6:47:03 PM
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@David Ashton, you're right. I probably should (and you have a good chance of winning it, too!).

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David Ashton   1/8/2014 6:51:23 PM
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@Susan - "(and you have a good chance of winning it, too!)"

I would if were in the US, they don't like sending stuff to Aussies   (I think that started some years ago when we won the Americas Cup :-)  But as I am planning on coming to EELive, he could keep it for me....

But I have to win the comp first, and there is always stiff competition.....

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Susan Rambo   1/8/2014 6:55:20 PM
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That's true. I could. What do you think you'd make with it? Or is it -- I'll know when i see it kinda thing?

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Susan Rambo   1/8/2014 6:56:13 PM
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And I'm glad to hear you're coming to EE Live. I'll see you there, I'm sure. 

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David Ashton   1/8/2014 7:10:55 PM
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@Susan....I just had a look at the specs and it's an awesome board.  With all that I/O and speed, the sky's the limit.  But I don't even know C yet - I'm still playing with Picaxes in Basic - but what an incentive to learn C......

Hope to see you at EELive - be good to put faces to all the names - but not 100% sure I'll make it yet, hold thumbs.....

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Susan Rambo   1/8/2014 8:30:05 PM
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Oh cool. I'm glad it sounds interesting. Yes, my fingers are crossed -- er, holding thumbs(?). If you do think you'll make it to EE Live, i'll keep the kit for you. Otherwise I'll give it Caleb for caption contest. Thanks!

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David Ashton   1/8/2014 8:56:21 PM
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@Susan, no, just give it to Caleb.....I have a couple of dev boards that I have not even got around to powering up yet....including an ST Discovery board which I bought to do the recent MCU course.  And the Caption comps always do well when there is an extra prize.

As I keep telling everyone, I need to win the lotto and retire, so I have time for the interesting stuff.....

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TarraTarra!   1/14/2014 1:19:30 PM
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LOL. David, Susan, have you guys heard about this new technology called chat? or email?

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David Ashton   1/14/2014 2:50:45 PM
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@TarraTarra!  Yes, and I actually use it sometimes!  I don't have Susan's email address and though I could probably get it, I rarely chat with her to this length.  So you'll just have to put up with my blather occasionally :-)

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Specs?
TarraTarra!   1/14/2014 1:21:40 PM
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The article was thin on specs - what frequency, features, power? I believe ST will use this to promote its fab technology. I would be curious on how this SOI technology compares with bulk TSMC/GloFlo.

 



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