I haven't seen it, but it will probably be a great episodes for those learning to use AVR Studio.
The current discussion of that AVRTV episode.
Basic operation of the stk500 explained on AVRTV
sbennet: No, the current episode is the AVR Studio in-depth published 9/1/08 -- that's the reason for the post.
Thanks, Kevin, for the advanced notice. I'm surprised it isn't in the "news" feature yet, but I'm sure it soon will be.
I watched it - it gives an example of building a GCC program to blink the blinkies and read the switchies using an STK500. But, as Kevin says, it's not the STK500 video.
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Like Chuck i watched and it's really basic video for the AVR Studio.
Doh! I've won the idiot for the day award again.
I've won the idiot for the day award again.
Quote:I've won the idiot for the day award again.
I'm not sure I agree, but if you did, you should be proud. The competition gets pretty stiff for it. I've retired it for 24 hours several times myself.
Engineering seems to boil down to: Cheap. Fast. Good. Choose two. Sometimes choose only one.
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i am worried that i have not got it atleast once :oops: i would like to have it :twisted: :D
change without any change is no change ;-)
Who make those videos? Are those people member of this forum or they are employers of atmel? What's purpose of that site is, is it just a marketing?
those videos are made by people of atmel .Those videos are provided to show the various applications of atmel controllers and latest products
What's purpose of that site is, is it just a marketing?
yes, I downloaded a full movie and when start playing there is a name: Jesse Hunter, Technical Marketing Engineer
Oh, I misunderstood -- I thought you were asking about the purpose of avrfreaks.net, not avrtv.com. My mistake!
:D, avrfreaks is a great forum.
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