The upcoming JeeNode Zero • JeeLabs is at it again!

Jeelabs (the people that renewed my interest in electronics and micro controllers) have been quiet for a couple of years, but it look like they are back again, with a very much updated version of my favourite micro controller, the Jeenode.

I highly recommend following the excellent series of articles from them : 

The upcoming JeeNode Zero • JeeLabs: “The upcoming JeeNode Zero Dec 21, 2016

Lately, I’ve been keeping busy with a brand new board. It’s called the JeeNode Zero:

Shown here is the ‘rev3’ prototype, and it’s starting to shape up nicely. Sooo… without further ado, let me tell you more about it:

Working on the JeeNode Zero – Wed Some specs and comparisons – Thu This node speaks Forth (and C) – Fri Taking the JNZ rev3 for a spin – Sat JNZ testing and availability – Sun This isn’t about being the first or cheapest ‘node’ out there, in fact this isn’t about any.

The JeeNode Zero is about creating exactly the node I’ll want to use for my projects. My hope is that this week’s articles will also help explain what is guiding my preferences and choices, and where it might lead to.


2 thoughts on “The upcoming JeeNode Zero • JeeLabs is at it again!”

  1. Hi, Are you using Forth to program ARM Cortex-M MCUs? I am pretty much interested in that combination too. Please ping me.

    Thank you very much,

    1. Krish
      I’m sorry – but I can not get hold of a Jeenode zero – as so far they are all sold out. I have not touched Forth as a language for more than 30 years, but I will take it up as soon as I can get my hands on a Jeenode Zero.


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