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Brian W
03-17-2009, 08:53 AM
Finally dusting off my Prop PDB after a prolonged period of having no time to play with it. I recall that Oldbitcollector was writing a book of projects for the thing, and I'm wondering if it was ever finished. Is there someplace I can buy it, or download some of what's been written so far? I'd really like to get into some of those projects.

Oldbitcollector (Jeff)
03-17-2009, 08:54 AM

I've been so busy with work and expo stuff that the book has suffered.
However, I'm planning to publish a good part of what I have already online
on my warrantyvoid site as soon as I get the software straightened out.

I've got a ton of code examples, material, etc that I need to get into hands.


New to the Propeller?

Check out: Protoboard Introduction (http://jeffledger.googlepages.com/Protoboard_Introduction.pdf) , Propeller Cookbook 1.4 (http://ucontroller.com/Propeller%20Protoboard%20Designs%20for%20the%20Beg inner.pdf) & Software Index (http://forums.parallax.com/showthread.php?p=770318)
Updates to the Cookbook are now posted to: Propeller.warrantyvoid.us (http://propeller.warrantyvoid.us)
Got an SD card connected? - PropDOS (http://www.orrtech.net/propdos/)

Brian W
03-17-2009, 08:56 AM
Thanks. Understandable about being busy - I know the feeling. I'll be waiting when it's done.

Oldbitcollector (Jeff)
03-22-2009, 10:21 PM
An update:

I've adapted some Wiki software for Warranty Void, because I don't want to spend days mired in
website design just to post my projects and items I find interesting.

I've just started posting some of my PPDB projects, as well as organizing the mess of items
I've managed to put my fingers into in the last three years. I've only managed to post
about half of my materials so far, so there is more on the way. (Including a bunch of PPDB
stuff that is being worked on for the book.)

propeller.warrantyvoid.us (http://propeller.warrantyvoid.us)


New to the Propeller?

Visit the: The Propeller Pages (http://www.warrantyvoid.us/tiki-index.php?page=Propeller) @ Warranty Void.

03-23-2009, 09:28 AM
This is great stuff. Thanks OBC!


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