compared to last run at 2015(!), there were only around 6-8 workers around.
and that was good.
while we seem to have made good boards, the micronucleus firmware allouded us.
couldn’t get the damn thing to identify over vusb.
the ATtami-tester repo provided good sanity check with a hex file that goes over all pins. to verify ATtyin85 connection.
but it doesnt cover the usb port, for that we need to cut a cable usb cable. make better test jig.
pre-workshop the lack of a good programmer gave lot of grief.
but it sorted itself out with tip from kfir
ariel took on himself to actually wire the SOIC clip to the usbasp programmer header.
it was 50mil pitch so Ariel had to improvise. but came out well
btw, this type of headers can pass as a pogo pins when at 3am.
so the baking went well. we used tzvi tried and tested oven controller. this morning i got a “quickchip” type of solder paste. at 135deg (as opposed to the regular ~200deg i usually use. recommendation of harTzion boss. dont have a pick as i left it at tami fridge, this things get dry…
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