@ patc started with a standard Cerb40 that then ripped all tall components off it and used shorter ones. This is to allow the board to fit right under another PCB in an enclosure. When you think he is done, he went right into the firmware and modified it to add his own interops to handle time critical tasks. This is a perfect example how NETMF can still be used for low level and time critical tasks, which still enjoying the modern programming environment.
Is this a DIY pick-and-place machine?!
Original Thread: http://www.tinyclr.com/forum/topic?id=10555
.NET Micro Framework: http://www.ghielectronics.com/products/dotnet-micro-framework