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#55416 Is there any company hiring staff for the porting of .Net Micro Framework in...

Posted by stotech on 16 January 2014 - 08:09 AM

I've seen your work and noticed your contribution to the forums. Very Impressive. I didn't pick up electronics until last year and I'm 28 which makes me jealous of your achievements at you age. I'm self taught as well and is thanks to the efforts of people like yourself on the forums. I wish I had a permanent job to offer but i don't sorry. I had just been planning a few .net jobs to put on freelancer for a project I'm working on. I'm on a tight budget though and the work trickles in slowly as funds allow at the moment.


Have you tried applying for jobs on freelancer?


Anyway, I'll drop you a PM with some more info. And I'll make you my first point of call for work in the future.


Good Luck.

#54226 General SPI Questions - 74HCxxx digital isolator

Posted by stotech on 22 November 2013 - 07:50 AM

I want to use a digital isolator with a circuit that closely resembles the magical bit shift shizzle here.


The part I've chosen is this.


Which resembles the top image here.


5 output channels and 1 input channel. I hoped to wire it like below. Any objections. My only worry was that my basic understanding of SPI was out and that the in latch might actually go the other way than I noted here. But I don't think so? I think this is right? Can someone confirm that I've got the direction of all the pins right?


SPI Clk     ----->


Miso         <-----


Mosi         ----->


In Latch    ----->     ???


Out Latch ----->


OE           ----->


Sorry about the links. The My Media TAB has never worked on my account?



#53945 LatchPin ?

Posted by stotech on 10 November 2013 - 01:13 PM

I'm fairly new to all of this as well, but I had neither programming or electrical basses to start from. I've learn't the most just by searching the forums to knock of one problem at a time. I also use the examples and lib from .net micro framework a lot. Just reading through the code examples from that library has how I've figured most stuff out. When i started i thought i'd get away with a lot of copy and pasting of code, but it's been the opposite. I've learned that nothing can be taken for granted in here, and the simpler it's sounds, the harder it hit's when you least expect it. I love it!! Really keeps you on your toes. There are some decent tutorials out there on a lot of other sites other than here as well. Embedded Lab, Mario's Site, and are a just a few. Hope you can push through the initial learning and stick around. I've found this to be a very generous community most of the time.




Latch pin.



#53943 Toolbox.NETMF.Hardware.core help?

Posted by stotech on 10 November 2013 - 07:10 AM

also just figured out that when it says inverted it is changing the bit order from 0-7 to 7-0. Not true to false as i'd assumed.

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