Today's update is going to be a dive into the design progression and evolution of the Programmable USB Hub. Note, I didn't start out with the aim of creating a product which smashes together a USB Hub, Power Supply, Development Board, and IO expander -- my aim was simply to create a product which provided more monitoring and control of USB devices. Read the full update.
First, it's incredibly exciting to see the enthusiasm for the Hub here on Crowd Supply and at the 2019 Teardown Conference last weekend. During the conference I did a presentation on how I've used Jupyter Notebooks to aid the electrical design and testing of this product. Read the full update.
The Programmable USB Hub campaign is now live! It's a USB hub that's also a dev board and an I2C, GPIO, and SPI bridge. We're also at Teardown 2019 in Portland - come say hi! Read the full update.