Having been professionally involved in circuit design many years ago, I recently found myself longing for the unique odor of smoking flux and the burnt fingertips gained while soldering a small component into a circuit. A quick scout around the web showed that many people are now using microcontrollers (MCUs) to implement logic, and that the development tools needed are often free or relatively cheap. Since I also enjoy low-level programming, this was too good to pass up, and I resolved ...
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