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GeneralIoT bit bashing. It's the most fun nightmare in town Pin
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honey the codewitch wrote:
I love coding the metal. I love writing hardware interfaces. It dovetails with my love of circuit building, right there where the rubber meets the road.
I had the pleasure of spending half of my career straddling the hardware/software design boundary.
I'd be designing some chunk of programmable hardware in one hand, and writing snippets to run on it in the other. In those days we built things out of SSI/MSI in DIPs, a hundred or two on a 15" square circuit board.
It was a great way to avoid shooting myself in the foot with the kind of hardware quirks you often describe here.

Cheers,
Peter
Software rusts. Simon Stephenson, ca 1994. So does this signature. me, 2012

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