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First steps to use the Texas Instruments Piccolo C2000 launchpad

 
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I'm sharing my first baby steps in using the Piccolo launchpad that I managed to prey out of TI's hand (they had a 'first 50 get one for free' promo code posted on twitter)

I have made a video on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpH2p8pLJMg]opening[/youtube] and firing up the launchpad, and one to build the example application from source.


Unbox and switch on demo:


Build the first exercise with Code Composer Studio and executing in the debugger (in Ubuntu 12.4, with CCSv6)



 
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