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March 21, 2011

Come see us at Great Lakes Area .NET Users Group

Want to learn more on .NET Micro Framework? Come join the "GANG!" You will always get great topics, friendly people and free food at Great Lakes Area .NET User Group. There was 84 attendees in last meeting.

GANG Meeting April 20, 2011: Charles Stacy Harris III and Gus Issa on An Introduction to the .NET Micro Framework and The Internet of Things

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March 15, 2011

USB Host support on USBizi100 (FEZ Panda and FEZ Mini)

With yesterday's NETMF SDK release, GHI successfully added USB Host support to it smallest NETMF offer, USBizi100. With this, small and inexpensive devices like FEZ Panda or FEZ Mini now have full USB Host capabilities.

This blog post explains how it's done

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March 14, 2011

SDK version 1.0.13 is online adding RLP, FEZ Panda II and many new features

It is finally here, RLP is now open to everyone using GHI Electronics NETMF devices. RLP (Runtime Loadable Procedures) is a way to load native drivers (C/assembly) right into the C# NETMF system. This gives a large speed boost and also adds a real-time possibilities. RLP technology is very similar to DLLs on Windows.

Not only RLP, the SDK ships with many new features (some were just added and some come from previous beta). Some of them are:

* Pin mapping for the new FEZ Panda II
* Joystick support on USB Client
* Brand new CAN drivers
* Wiznet networking drivers optimization, up to 3 times faster
* PinCapture
* Parallel Port
* 4KByte storage sector
* OutputComapre enhancement for generating accurate waveforms

A complete list is available in the release notes
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March 13, 2011

Gus Issa is talking about NETMF on .NET Rocks podcst

Carl and Richard from .NET Rocks talk to Gus about Microsoft's .NET Micro Framework and related GHI Electronics' products

Note that since the interview, GHI have moved all products from to, dedicating to the growing NETMF community.
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February 19, 2011

GHI will be at Embedded World in Germany

If you are heading to Embedded World in Nuremberg Germany on March 1st-3rd, make sure to stop by the .NET Micro Framework booth, located at 11-F119. We look forward to meet in person.

Embedded World website
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February 15, 2011

GHI's main website gets a new look and a catalog!

We are very excited to bring the new website out. The new website includes a catalog that combines all GHI's products, even the ones that used to be on TinyCLR. Not only that, GHI has lowered prices on many items, including FEZ Domino, FEZ Mini and USBizi chipsets.

Please visit the new website at and provide any feedback or problems to
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December 13, 2010

FEZ Santa may be coming your way...Happy Holidays!

FEZ Santa may visit you soon. You need to tell him what you want!

Put in your wish list and if it is reasonable and you have been good (your experience points) then you never know, FEZ Santa may help you with what you need.

So here you go
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October 15, 2010

SDK version 1.0.11 is online

It is finally here, the SDK with full Ethernet support for small FEZes. Not only that, the surprise feature is out. You can now use the USB port for debug and at the same time use it as a virtual serial port. USBClientController.StandardDevices.StartCDC_WithDebugging();
The first one to show a video of this new feature gets 500 points.

Please READ the release notes about changes and known issues.

Due to breaking changes in SDK, installing it will remove GHI's Visual Studio templates.
To resolve the issue, all previous GHI SDKs must be uninstalled before installing this version.

Edit: The documentation for the new CDC feature is explained under CDC class (USBC_CDC documentation), there is a section at the bottom where it explains CDC + debug and there is a separate driver for them.
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October 14, 2010

GHI's NETMF wiki is now open to any NETMF device

We are happy to announce that the NETMF wiki is now open for any NETMF device. If you own any NETMF device, netduino, tahoe or any other device, you are more than welcome to use the wiki. Take any knowledge you need and please add more to the wiki.

We added a note on home page and some images of GHI and non-GHI devices.
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You can see all kind of NETMF devices on this page (link removed)

This move comes after GHI re-released all its components drivers whit Apache 2 license. See more (link removed)
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October 11, 2010

MSDN Channel 9 and Gadgeteer

This is an exciting interview. Note that the core Gadgeteer is running the GHI EMX modules.
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