Monthly Archives: May 2014

Hello Twitter!

They tell me that every good author should have a Twitter account and should tweet early and often. They say a good author should use Facebook too! Now that might be stretching it for me, but I can give Twitter a … Continue reading

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The Smallest WAV Player

In the last three chapters of the Flying PIC24 book,  I developed a simple audio (WAV) file player. What most readers might not know though is  that that code was really written first for an 8-bit micro controller back in 2002, when I had … Continue reading

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Notes for PIC32 Mikromedia Plus Users

I spent a few hours this past weekend  testing the new “Graphics, Touch, Audio and USB” book examples on the PIC32 Mikromedia Plus board. Here is a short summary of the discoveries and the few changes required take advantage of the gorgeous 4.3″ TFT display … Continue reading

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All Sites Unified

     While originally managing a separate web site for each book (plus the blog) seemed a good idea,  with the fourth book published, the situation was getting a little complex… So I have decided to unify them all under the WordPress umbrella. … Continue reading

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