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New Tech Tuesdays: RISC-V Designers Can Turn to These Development Tools Tommy Cummings
Developers have these RISC-V development tools to design new custom processors to handle the requirements of newer workloads.

Windows Subsystem Boosts Linux 2.0 Jeff Fellinge
Windows Subsystem for Linux 2.0 advances Microsoft’s commitment to enhance interoperation with Linux environments with increased file system performance and better support for Linux system calls. WSL 2 promises to bring more Linux tools to your Windows workstation without having to spin up a separate virtual machine or remotely connect to another system.

Turn Your Home Into a Tech Learning Center Tommy Cummings
The route to becoming a technical engineer is as close as the home computer or laptop, which is a good thing while staying close to home. Tools are plentiful, and they’re a few clicks away. Here are a few of the resources available on Mouser.com.

5 Tips for Getting Started In Electronics Mike Parks
Electronics is an amazing profession and hobby. The notion that one can harness the forces of nature and bend them to one’s whim is immensely satisfying. With the resurgence of the DIY spirit and the evolution of the Maker Movement, getting started in electronics has never been easier. Embedded open source platforms such as Arduino and BeagleBone provide a fantastic jumping in point for learning electronics and software. I could only have dreamt of the resources we have today when I was first starting out. With that in mind, here are my five tips for getting started in electronics based on what I’ve learned over the last 20 years.

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