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    Are they selling the dev kits?

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      No, you had to ask nicely in September when they announced the dev kits.

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        Yeah, I think then I was realistic that I wouldn’t actually have the time to do something cool with it :)

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      I’m a long time user of OpenOCD, but lately I’ve been getting more excited about ARM’s PyOCD project. It’s a very well structured piece of code, written in Python. It’s very easy to extend, though it doesn’t support quite as much hardware as OpenOCD. https://github.com/mbedmicro/pyOCD

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        This is very interesting, I really like the Micro:bit use of CMSIS-DAP, it has two chips on board, one is the programmer and USB mass storage! You can flash by literally drag & drop mindblown.

        It looks like I will soon need a new adapter to try this out, unfortunately mine are not supported.