News from around the TI Community for the week of September 11-17. Have content you want to see included in future editions? Be sure to connect with me.
Latest TI Tuesday from Peter Oakes. Previous: LED Boosterpack and the C2000 Launchpad
#JackKilbyDay Celebration on Monday, September 12th, unveiled the brand new TI-Innovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board which brings the TI LaunchPad Kit to young kids! For more from #JackKilbyDay see here.
Last week the new CC1350 SimpleLink™ Ultra-Low Power Dual Band Wireless Microcontroller was unveiled on Facebook Live. Watch the video here. Information on the Simplelink™ Sub-1 GHz and Bluetooth® low energy CC1350 wireless MCU LaunchPad™ Development Kit can be found here.
Congratulations to new TI E2E Guru... Jan Cumps! Learn more about Jan Cumps here who is also the recipient of the TI Community Highlight Award for September. His latest hand-drawn illustration for the Jan & Martin Project Pick of the Month can be found here.
A new version of Code Composer Studio (CCSv6) was released (build 50) last week. You can get it here.
As Jason Whiles noted here, if you missed this tip before, spiking out the "Alert Me" feature on TI.com product pages (example). When you click on it, you will then be signed up to receive automatic updates for it whenever there are: new releases of Datasheet, Errata, TRM, or other technical document related to your device. Thanks Jason for bringing up this time-savings tip!
Thanks Martin Valencia for sharing this fireworks celebration from Peru! Also from Peru last week, the LA Times reported: "6,000-year-old fabric reveals Peruvians were dyeing textiles with indigo long before Egyptians."
Meanwhile in New Zealand, they found an interesting and creative way to handle line control for the new iPhone 7.
The World Meteorological Organization announced a new world record with its report of a 199-mile-long lightning bolt.
Whether it is Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad or even Look Around You...what are your top five all-time favorite TV and Cable shows?
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