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  1. 1 On April 4th, 2008, DAXweb said:

    you site was fantastic…
    why do you have stopped it?!?!?!?!?!?

    please…restart the tutorial…
    it was fantastic…and very usefull…

    DAniele from italy

  2. 2 On January 2nd, 2010, hkBattousai said:

    Can you please post a tutorial about USB communication with PC?

  3. 3 On January 4th, 2010, hari said:

    can you please tell me how to run servo motors using pic18f4550.
    i want to build a robotic arm using servo motor..

  4. 4 On January 31st, 2010, Unithra said:

    This site is very helpful.Thank you so much!!

    Please post a tutorial for USB communication in PIC18f4550.

    I also want to know about how to do in system programming for program PIC18f4550 on my own without buying PICkit2 or any other programmer.

    Your reply would be very helpful for me.

    thanks in advance!!

  5. 5 On April 30th, 2010, Zack said:

    I just wrote a program that allows users to write graphical code which generates assembly code. Currently, it only works for the PIC 18F452 and has a few tutorials. I’m hoping to get some feedback about the program and the website because I’m doing this by myself and with a outside funding of $0. The website is http://www.microcgl.com if anyone is interested.

    If this sort self-advertising isn’t allowed here, sorry.

  6. 6 On January 19th, 2011, gary said:

    Your website is really helpful for me to learn the PIC18F, why did you stop the tutorial? I hope you can continue. Thanks

  7. 7 On February 16th, 2012, James said:

    Hey there! Just thought I’d drop in and say thank you very much for making this awesome website!
    It’s very helpful to me, a hobbyist with a short background in EE.
    The tutorials are well written and easy enough to understand, yet conveying the important information.
    Thanks a bunch!

  8. 8 On June 22nd, 2012, Mark said:

    Great Site. Love It, very helpful. Sucks there isn’t more.

  9. 9 On August 6th, 2013, Arjun Padalghare said:

    I think your website is relly very helpfull for bigineers. But as there is very less tutorials, no one will get satisfied with only 3-5 titorials.

    I request you to please post at least one tutorial per peripheral which will be sufficient for understanding pic18 better…!!!!!!

    Thanks Buddy… Nice Work…

  10. 10 On November 18th, 2013, Albert said:

    Hello good sir, I would like to contribute to your site.
    I used your site as a refresher for the oscilator config and am really impressed how you comunicated with your audience.
    I could put together some tutorials covering UART/PWM/etc, following your format of course.
    Let me know, I think it would be fun.
    You seem to have people wanting more, the domain rules, lets oblige them.
    PS. I am surprised that pic24f.com is available… that would also be fun, some PIC24FJ256DA210 graphics/touch screen tutorials…

  11. 11 On March 5th, 2015, Warren said:

    Hi. I’ve gotten to work with the 68000, ARM, x86, PIC18F452 & ‘4431. For DIY
    projects I’ve come to favor ASM & PIC18s the best & I was happy when I found your site.


  12. 12 On May 30th, 2015, Vassilis said:

    I am new in microcontrollers and assembly language. I want to write a program in assembly that reads from the PIC18F4550 pin RA2 analog voltage, and RA0 stream (like voltage onto low resistance) and displays them on the LCD the LCD of the signals connected to the door B of the PIC so that the RS the LCD RV0 be connected to the PIC of the E LCD RB1 in the PIC, … .the D7 of LCD in the RB7 PIC.
    Is possible to help my with any example code.

  13. 13 On February 25th, 2016, Ty said:

    just looking for more tutorials. Would love tutorials on building 64 bit computers microchip by microchip. Also looking to build CNC machines microchip by microchip. could use some tutorials on writing a surfboard designing software similar to boardcad and could use some tutorials on how to print files from said application.

    get creative with the code, and do some DSP for guitars if you build computers. SHow us how to build computers if you can figure out how, and have fun

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