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neslekkim

Member Since 17 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 14 2017 01:57 PM
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#56023 .NET MF 4.3 QFE1 RTM

Posted by neslekkim on 11 February 2014 - 10:42 PM

But please, get everything in github or some other repository this time around..


#51817 Netduino Go Future

Posted by neslekkim on 31 July 2013 - 11:51 AM

Today we take things to the next level. Today we introduce GoBus 1.5. .... Over the coming weeks, we'll be updating Netduino Go and the Shield Base to GoBus 1.5. We'll also be sharing a fully-C# implementation of the GoBus transport layer which can be used on regular Netduinos.

Those weeks turned into months, we are soon there is one year aniversary on this one.. not to mention all the other stuff that is promised "soon"...


#50481 NetduinoGo Shieldbase SPI hookup

Posted by neslekkim on 14 June 2013 - 11:37 AM

Thanks for all the input guys. I will be shelving the NGO for the time being I am leaning towards a +2. While the GO has the potential to be a great device, it is beginning to fall behind the other development boards. I was an earlier adapter of this board because of the potential, but I am now sadden by the fact that this board is going nowhere fast and it seems to be losing traction. Maybe if I understand the concept of building modules the NoGO will be interesting again. 

 

 

After using $670 on netduino go related stuff, i'm throwing this in the bucket, maybe if i find a way to use the card for something totally different, I will look into it again, but probably not.

And due to the lack of attention to the Go, I definitely are not wasting my money on the others either, specially due to the lack of interrest of making this an true opensource community effort, still deliverying bits and pieces of sources scattered around in zip files are nothing I want to waste my time on, there are too many other projects that are far more interresting than this.

 

 

The only good effort that has been done for the Go are this blog, this series, and the previous, the way of the registers that Mark have on his blog is truly remarkable, wish Secretlabs could follow this, but I guess it newer will.

http://blog.mark-ste...uk/?page_id=911

http://blog.mark-ste...uk/?page_id=544




#48207 Building custom go!bus modules for Netduino Go

Posted by neslekkim on 09 April 2013 - 10:31 AM

Mark's blog is pure gold, wish it was more of this.




#47967 Introducing Netduino Plus 2

Posted by neslekkim on 03 April 2013 - 10:38 AM

Project properties..




#46736 Replacement Cord

Posted by neslekkim on 06 March 2013 - 08:34 AM

And same cable for charging newer phones (If you keep Apple out of the game)




#46210 OneWire ALPHA

Posted by neslekkim on 25 February 2013 - 08:38 AM

How cool it could have been if one had public repository with all the code, and an buildserver where the tools you listed where running, so after check-in  the code would atomatically be built, and we would have the required binaries just to install.

But I guess that's not coming anyday soon ;)




#44540 All Nwazet modules for Netduino Go on sale

Posted by neslekkim on 29 January 2013 - 08:55 PM

Great! Ordered almost everything I could see! The basked is kinda difficult when you have lots of products in it, and trying to navigate the site/product categories, so I had to stop after 9 items. Was trying to add some raspberry stuff but I got a bit lost ;) So now I have to wait, and enjoy the %25 addition/penalty I get when it lands in my mailbox..


#43536 Introducing Netduino Plus 2

Posted by neslekkim on 16 January 2013 - 03:48 PM

Wonder if we can add some blue wire to get the rtc going on these boards?, tempted to try on the Go.. (which have the same mcu)




#41351 SPI Learning with the mma7455

Posted by neslekkim on 10 December 2012 - 09:57 PM

yes it's the same chip, but it seems like they have given you access to pins that you missed? If you look at the schema for Dangerousprototypes and compare it to PArallax, you see that parallax did not bring out pin 12, but DP did..


#41136 More GoBus news: DIP chips for STM8S modules

Posted by neslekkim on 07 December 2012 - 10:06 AM

If I only could find an sdip32 thingy inside that library now.. Ok, found the part in an STM library here: http://www.neatinfo.com/designspark/ But, that part turns up purple, lot of anotations on it and so on. hm..


#39153 4.2.1 with Nwazet DAQ and Touch Screen

Posted by neslekkim on 12 November 2012 - 11:01 AM

I really wish there was an public source repository where we could check what changes are happening to the netduino and the modules, this way, we could test against new version underways, possibly before it's released to see if we need to change stuff. Arduino have done this since ages, allowing others to change code so the repositoryowner can pull inn sourcechanges if they accept it. Nwazet already have an repository so we can watch, but I havent found any from Secretlabs other than zip files. Is this opensource or not?


#38753 Introducing Netduino Plus 2

Posted by neslekkim on 08 November 2012 - 04:19 PM

Now I just need to get one to Canada......


Proto-advantage have already listed them
http://www.proto-adv...uino_plus_2.php


#36163 SD Card Module Update

Posted by neslekkim on 28 September 2012 - 01:11 PM

24 hours?, sounds like bad planning. ;) Do something like this if you have access to spi: http://elasticsheep....h-an-atmega168/


#36148 Run netduino on Custom Mainboard

Posted by neslekkim on 28 September 2012 - 11:15 AM

The answer is NO. I was going to do camera module for stm32F407 mini. If I could get frm Apache licensed
This involved writing drivers for the on-chip peripherals: GPIOs, analog inputs and outputs, I2C, SPI, UARTs, USB, internal Flash, power management, timers, etc.


Did you try this? https://netmf4stm32.codeplex.com/ that is ported to the f407 chip..


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