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Announcing ROBOTC’s New Support Wiki!

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Over the past few months, the ROBOTC Development team has been updating all of the ROBOTC documentation and moving it to our new ROBOTC Wiki website. This new Wiki will contain a full in-depth function reference for all ROBOTC platforms. The eventual goal is to have the Wiki be the central location for all ROBOTC documentation.

In addition, the Wiki will house documentation and instructions for a number of exciting ROBOTC projects that have been highlighted on the ROBOTC Blog over the past few years and all new projects moving forward.

We need your feedback!

The wiki will be frequently updated as we are always improving ROBOTC , so stop by http://www.robotc.net/wiki/ to take a look! If you have any suggestions or recommendations, feel free to drop us a line at support@robotc.net.

The ROBOTC team is also looking for community volunteers to help make the ROBOTC wiki a central location for all ROBOTC knowledge – if you are interested in helping out, please send us an e-mail to support@robotc.net.

Written by Tim Friez

May 11th, 2012 at 4:27 pm

Posted in Arduino,NXT,VEX

ROBOTC for Arduino – Looking for Alpha Testers!

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Hey ROBOTC Community!

We’re currently looking for Alpha Testers to help us work out the kinks in our new ROBOTC for Arduino software.

In order to sign up, we ask if you can spend 5 minutes giving us some information about what kind of Arduinos you have and what your background is. Sometime in the next week, we’ll send out an e-mail to everyone who we’re inviting into our Alpha trials to let them know they made it.

Every person who participates in the Alpha will receive a free copy of ROBOTC for Arduino once it is released.

To sign up, fill out our survey today!
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ROBOTCArduino

Written by Tim Friez

November 15th, 2010 at 5:08 pm

Posted in Arduino,General News

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