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🎉Congratulations to the Top 10 finalists of #HackadayPrize Challenge 05: #ReactivateWildcard!— hackaday (@hackaday) November 3, 2021
Learn more and meet the winners here→ https://t.co/FFJeoxnBPi
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The M4 Breadstick is featured on @hackaday, who said they "think this is a great idea that will definitely make microcontrollers more hackable".— Crowd Supply (@crowd_supply) September 7, 2021
Check out the article here ⬇️ https://t.co/hXWazP3tsl pic.twitter.com/JSddL1VWzk
M4-Breadstick: a long thin microcontroller board for prototyping #Feather #CircuitPython RangenMichael MicrochipMakes https://t.co/C7uui51yN8— CircuitPython (@CircuitPython) August 10, 2021
M4-Breadstick is a unique SAM D51 dev board that spaces IO pins along the full length of your breadboard: https://t.co/7XTQyyyed9 pic.twitter.com/tZQ7UoKQQZ— Microchip Makes (@MicrochipMakes) August 12, 2021
.@RangenMichael's “ItsyBitsy” M4-Breadstick is a dev board that makes prototyping easy by stretching out IO along a breadboard: https://t.co/cYhYkSi6hX pic.twitter.com/0fVTsPWxd9— Hackster.io (@Hacksterio) August 10, 2021