Cerebot MX3cK. Photo by Digilent.

This Wednesday, the 6th (and every first wednesday), is Arduino/non denominational microcontroller night @heatsynclabs. This week Marc McMcomb from Microchip will join to show off and get feedback on the new Cerebot hardware from Digilent which use the familiar chipKIT™ MPIDE for development. Well also finish our previous discussions about about the challenges, and Microchip’s recent successes, in open sourcing their entire toolchain for the chipKIT™ product line.

All HeatSync Labs meetups are open to the public for free; Cover charges are for Scottsdale night clubs! If you really want to give us money though, t-shirts, membership and sponsorship subscriptions will be available and hustled aggressively by our volunteers.

HeatSync Labs is located east of Robson on Main Street at:
140 W Main St.
Mesa, AZ 85201