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- @MicrochipTech How does support work when cases stay unanswered for a month, forum requires approval, and dial in has no response? 1 day ago
- Why does @StackSocial not respond to support queries? Probably because they're actually running scams. #Scammers don't do support 4 months ago
- RT @toby_mcclean: Raw #IoT data decreases in value over time. The value of aggregated #IoT data increases over time. That is why we need ed… 7 months ago
- Thx for your work @clemensv over the last 10 yrs to build a robust service for our apps. We stand on your shoulders twitter.com/clemensv/statu… 7 months ago
- @mark_mann NVIDIA Tegra 3 incl ARM and GeForce. Can do audio and video encoding. 'stuff' not on Pi, like analogue ports, pwm. Not cheap tho 11 months ago
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