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This forum is dedicated to the author Joe Pardue as he teaches you about AVR C Programming in his workshop series.

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Welcome to the Smiley's Workshop Forum

Post by joepardue » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:57 am

Welcome to the Smiley's Workshop forum. I'm the author, Joe Pardue aka Smiley of Smiley Micros at http://www.smileymicros.com. These workshops are for the Atmel AVR microcontroller, mainly dealing with general microcontroller principles, C programming and hardware design. I try each month to take the reader through the general principles of a topic, writing the software and testing it on inexpensive hardware.

As much as I'd like to answer all individual requests for information, neither you nor I have the time. To save you time and get your answer right away (if your question is general and not specifically related to a particular workshop) you can get a quick and often accurate answer 24/7 at http://www.avrfreaks.net (but before wading into that place, do read: the inquires section at the bottom of my blog page: http://smileymicros.com/blog/?MMN_position=139:139. You may also want to look at the ever growing blog entries since your question may already have been answered there. And remember: 'Google is your friend!'

Ideas for future columns are especially welcome.

Here is a FREE preview of my column from the October 2011 issue: Smileys Workshop #39 - 201110.PDF

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Re: Welcome to the Smiley's Workshop Forum

Post by jerryfe » Wed May 16, 2012 1:24 pm

2012-05-16

Please see my post on "Frustration Getting Your Code"

A faithful reader of yours from the start but now a fearful reader (no code is ever where
it is stated to be)

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Re: Welcome to the Smiley's Workshop Forum

Post by joepardue » Fri Dec 14, 2012 10:40 am

My website is malfunctioning and I can't update it at present. This means I'm not able to host the source code. Everything should be available through the NutsVolts webpage for a given article.

Also, I'm still not getting notifications when something is posted here, so I need to figure that out.

I'll post again when I think I've got this fixed.

Please be patient.

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