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posted in July 2013

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Comment: Early - Duane Benson - 7/25/2013
Comment: Re: human form - Duane Benson - 7/18/2013
Comment: Re: human form - Duane Benson - 7/18/2013
Comment: My own guilt - Duane Benson - 7/12/2013
Marketing in a Prototype World
Blog  
7/11/2013   10 comments
Better marketing and a soldering mask will do wonders for you when building prototypes.
Simplifying Those Complex Prototypes
Blog  
7/9/2013   7 comments
Prototyping is getting more complicated, but there are some shortcuts that will help you overtake the hurdles.
Comment: Cautionary - Duane Benson - 7/9/2013
Comment: Re: Unconvinced - Duane Benson - 7/9/2013
Raspberry Pi & BeagleBone Black: An Interesting Pair
Opinion  
7/4/2013   4 comments
Duane Benson sees EETimes as something like his desk: a nice, happy place full of microcontroller goodness and other interesting things.
Comment: Re: How it works - anon4662086 - 7/1/2013


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