[hackerspaces] Raspberry Pi simple coding tool - Kickstarter
support at lazm.org
Wed Aug 14 16:22:54 CEST 2013
In Update 6, I'm showing some basic examples of Real-Time Programming.
These use pseudocode and a Kicksat of the TI MSP430 family. The book, which is part of the Kickstarter, will have more. Let me know any questions. # days left on the Kickstarter.
On Aug 9, 2013, at 11:22 AM, Larry Dickson <support at lazm.org> wrote:
> I've got 7 days to go on my Kickstarter and am hoping for a "stretch goal" to write a simple and reliable tool to code the Raspberry Pi. It combines the simplicity of higher-level (user-space) C code with interrupt-like instant responsiveness for every gpio pin. And it does this methodically, according to an understandable model, not just "hack it in and see if it works." John Armstrong, a Raspberry Pi enthusiast from Oregon, suggested I contact this site.
> For more details see my Kickstarter site
> which includes a song … and chickens! Seriously, any support or feedback is welcome.
> Larry Dickson
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