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  • At 27 September 2014, 6:27:48 user Raja Ganeshan wrote:   [reply @ Raja Ganeshan]
    • Hi Iam much Appriciate your efforts , Thanks for your Online lessons About PIC,

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  • At 3 January 2011, 14:26:02 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • hi bob,
      This site is a one-man show (that is me). Although i spent almost all my free time on this site, it is still not enough. This time i work on a project that requires lot of theory pages, experiments, circuits etc. I will continue this book when i finish the project, hopefully before summer. I post all news on the rss feed, which you can follow.

  • At 3 January 2011, 13:38:35 user bob wrote:   [reply @ bob]
    • Hi there,
      after few hours browsing your site, I have decided to join, because, we all know there is something new to learn every day.I am very interested in PICs and all mysteries associated with those little devils. I have noticed though your PIC Tutorial has got as far as Interrupts and nothing after that. Does it mean that you have abandoned it or there is something else that has tickled your fancy now-days?
      Great site as far I can tell, wide range of topics and interests. Hope you continue.
      Cheers from Down Under.

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