Half of the Hackaday writing staff was at the 2019 Hackaday Supercon this weekend, and our own Kerry Scharfglass took the opportunity to interview everyone. Meanwhile, Elliot wandered around the soldering irons just about two hours before the Badge Hacking Ceremony, collecting stories of projects that worked, and those that didn’t.
Put the two together, and you’ve got an audio collage that gives you a peek into at least one facet of Supercon life, and gives you a chance to put voices to the words you read here every day!
We’ll be back to our normal programming next week.
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- Hackaday Staff
- Kerry Scharfglass
- Mike Szczys
- Gerrit Coetzee
- Kristina Panos
- Roger Cheng
- Joshua Vasquez
- Al Williams
- Ted Yapo
- Tom Nardi
- Special Guests
- Thomas and Chris: Team Flying Shark
- Jacob Creeden, Drew Fustini, Michael Welling, Sean Cross, Tim Ansell: Team Linux
- Gerrit Mace: Blinking LED
- Adam Zaloof: Physics on the FPGA
5 thoughts on “Hackaday Podcast 044: Supercon 2019 Special”
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Should be fixed now. Thanks!
Thank you Elliot!
My pleasure! I went looking for ECP5 dev boards again recently, and yours really gets all of the peripherals “right” for such a capable chip. And it’s a good blend of built-in features and expandability.
There’s a lot of competition in the plain ICE40 / UP5 end of things, but ULX3S is really alone in its field.
(No affiliation, just a fan: https://www.crowdsupply.com/radiona/ulx3s)
Would love to see some articles about the mentioned things. For example like, the circuitpython keyboard thingy.
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