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New Tech Tuesdays: Advantech's MIC-710AIL-DVA1 Development Kit Introduces Flexibility Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we look at the features of the MIC-710AIL-DVA1 NVIDIA® Jetson Nano Development Kit.

Development Kits Evolve to Include Fewer Instructions Lynnette Reese
Development kits (dev kits) save time because they are a ready-made circuit/platform. The purpose of a dev kit is so you can run experiments on it. It’s much cheaper to burn up a dev kit than an original design. A dev kit usually comes as a box with manuals, one or more PCBs, and maybe some cables, a power supply, and software or links to software, and they are perfect for getting a next look past the data sheet. There are dev kits for all kinds of parts from fiber optics to complete design-your-own car remote key fobs. Most processor/CPU/MCU-focused dev kits are complete in that they can be used right out of the box, and maybe you do a little programming to customize things.

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