27 Feb '15, 10pm

Download the new book by Jon Titus: Experiments for the Propeller Quickstart

Download the new book by Jon Titus: Experiments for the Propeller Quickstart

Jon Titus and Parallax. Thanks for the Doc and code. I have Propeller Quickstart and BOE (after several BS2's) and really like the multicore functions and capabilities. I've spent a lot of time copying and creating PDF's from the Parallax learning pages to create my own learning system organized on my computer. It's great to have this single source download from the experts to work from. Thanks so much for all the time and effort you put into creating this. This is why I recommend Parallax to anyone I know interested in learning electronics and programming, excellent products and support.

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