Summer has been rather busy around here. With warm weather comes home improvement and three fair sized projects (deck, plumbing, foundation leak).
But I've still had time for electronic projects. I received my Adafruit Trinket ATTiny85 based board and I was off connecting circuits. This was a challenge, as many Arduino libraries do not work out of the box as the Tiny has fewer onboard hardware resources and limited memory. So I started some posts on my progress, not here on the blog but on Google+. It was faster.
Then I got "the e-mail". Adafruit sent me a message stating they liked the work I had done on Trinket and asked if I wanted to write some tutorials. Of course! After formally asking work to ensure I had the ethics issues taken care of, I've started some articles, two of which have been posted. My articles will appear in a group on this page.
Exciting, definitely. So for fans of my open source posts, for now I suggest looking on the Adafruit Learning System for guides, mine will be there.