Hm any chance of a pic of back of board or schematic?I'd like to do something similar for tiny85
I was thinking of using one of those sockets and just wiring up 8 pins say at the top end That way I could add to it later if need be I have one 6 pin plug with wires sprouting everywhere plugged into a small breadboard at present but I'm always putting the chip in the wrong holes!I just leave it all attached to the usbtiny programmer so I was looking to tidy that up
Ive been plugging and unplugging with the power on . As long as the programming has finished it does not seem to do any harm. Probably reaching 1000 plug ins and pull outs this way with no bad results.But then I am more of a risk taker than most
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