Programmers may be interested in a new ASCII PCB cheat sheet created by Japanese engineering company bit5 and Internet of Things programmer SuHyon Kim. As you can see from the image below the Crib PCB card has been created for programmers and engineers, providing a quick reference guide for ASCII and HEX/DEC. The ASCII PCB cheat sheet is now available to back via Kickstarter with earlybird pledges available from just £7 or ¥900.
“The stamp in the bottom right corner on back, HANKO in Japanese, made from SMD PAD is a typical traditional logo which means, “Humbly made by bit5”. Top right letter means “point”. To say exactly, the definition of “point” is “something that has location but no size” and it differs from “bit” which is the “smallest unit of information”. However, we think this is the best match we could have in Kanji (Chinese letter used in Japan).”
– ANCHOCO is a series of PCB cards for on-site programmers/engineers.
– The name “ANCHOCO” comes from Japanese wording “cheat sheet”.
– Technical tips, which is not so frequently used, but it can save your time for a development.
– ASCII table, well known HEX/DEC number table and so on…