There is a nice article over on EE|Times about using Ubuntu Linux for hobby engineering, written by our friend Jeremy Cook from JCPro.net and DIYTripods.com. He gives a nice mention to pyMCU in the article, head on over and check it out.
Slider is A1
Resistance-A is A2
Resistance-B is A3
Resistance-C is A4
Resistance-D (Not Available)
Sound is A5
Light is A6
Button is D1
We’ll get some videos of it in action posted soon.
Items will be back in stock soon. Things are still in a transition period so if you notice any issues with the new site please give some feedback.
The new store is still in progress, in the meantime you can still access the old pyMCU store. You will notice that stock on most items is either low or out. Items will be back in stock in about a week or two as we get things moved over to the new processing and inventory system.
The pyMCU forum is now backed up from the old server and restored to the new Circuits For Fun site. All usernames and passwords should be intact. If you are experiencing any issues logging in please let me know.
Unfortunately all posts have been marked as new due to the moving process.
Our new Circuits For Fun site is now up and running.