September 6, 2013 AT 2:18 pm

@ohsummit #ohsummit – Charles Gracey and David Carrier. Developing a processor with the OpenĀ­source hardware community

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Charles Gracey and David Carrier. Developing a processor with the Open­source hardware community -

The multicore Propeller microcontroller, kits, and development boards, programmable in Spin. The Parallax P8X32A Propeller chip, introduced in 2006, is a multi-core architecture parallel microcontroller with eight 32-bit RISC CPU cores. The Parallax Propeller microcontroller, Propeller Assembly language, and Spin interpreter were designed by one person, Parallax’s co-founder and president Chip Gracey. The Spin Programming language and “Propeller Tool” integrated development environment were designed by Chip Gracey and Parallax’s software engineer Jeff Martin – Wikipedia.


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Adafruit will be at the Open Hardware Summit — September 6, 2013. Becky Stern, Director of Wearable Electronics will be speaking – Wearables at the intersection of electronics and craft. Adafruit is sponsor and supporter of the Open source hardware association and the Open Hardware summit. Our posts are all here and follow the action on twitter with #ohsummit.

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