Of of the main things about open source is the ability to learn from each other and share that knowledge…
Chris at Netduino released a small description about how Netduino Go works and i see a few very important features that i would like to have on my GHI Boards.
here is the link:
what i like most is:
under Go!Sockets topic: Hardware-wise, we've put a dual-MOSFET on every socket. This allows us to switch on and off current to every socket individually. We have lots of uses in mind for this, but three of the most important are: (1) shutting on and off modules for reflashing; (2) low-power and battery operated scenarios; (3) making sure that nothing is active during boot.
to me this is very important because as of now… for example the relay board just jitters when booting and that’s just one example…
What do you all thing…?