I’ve recently returned from yet another stay abroad and, although I’ve been focusing mostly on my job, I also worked at a few updates of the IECHost client application: version 3.8 is due to be out by the end of next week.

I’ve been sorting a few things at home and I came across so many breadboard prototypes that I decided to make an inventory. I also ordered a few components so that I don’t have to borrow a few of them from one test bed to use in another one, depending on what I am developing. The idea is to end up with fully functional test beds that I can rely on at any point in time, thus avoiding the situation in which e.g. a voltage regulator is missing and part of the circuitry of a test bed I’d like to spend time on is not working.

DC2N2 development board by Luigi Di Fraia
DC2N2 development board

I might also make a video showing most of the test beds and prototypes I have at home. I might also replace breadboards with similar PCBs used for prototyping, just because, you know, I feel that might be handy and might provide a good distraction at this time.

Stay tuned!

About Luigi Di Fraia

I am a Senior DevOps Engineer so I get to work with the latest technologies and open-source software. However, in my private time I enjoy retro-computing.
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