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Saved by an STM32

So… I saw on LinkedIn that the STMicroelectronics community was running a competition… Send a quick video on why you love STM32s, and you could win what looks like an awesome 3D printer. Well, I do love STM32s, and I have a story to tell, but it won’t be done in a video. I know,… Read More »

STM32 Nucleo-F411RE

The Embedded World The world is getting smaller and smaller, and more and more connected. Computers used to take up an entire room and be reserved to an elite few. Now, nearly everyone has that much computing power in their pocket, and it hasn’t stopped yet. Microcontrollers are becoming smaller, yet more powerful. In a… Read More »

STM32F429I Discovery

The ST Microelectronics Discovery series are designed to show off the capabilities of the STM32 series. They come with numerous peripherals, and large amounts of I/O lines. The philosophy is to show the user what the device is capable of immediately, without the need to add any peripherals. The device that I am testing is… Read More »