Retrochallenge 2013 Wrap-up

It’s done. I’m happy with it. I managed to squeeze a few final features into the firmware, including persistent storage of the Keyclick / Bell config. I learned a lot, and best of all, I had a lot of fun doing it.

I’m already wondering what my next project should be. Something slightly less useless, maybe, but where’s the fun in that?!

3 thoughts on “Retrochallenge 2013 Wrap-up”

  1. I honestly hadn’t been planning to make it a commercial product, but I may have a few boards run off for fun, anyway. If I do, I’ll post about it here on the blog and sell them at cost.

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