Development of the first product for my shop, the AVR HAT for Raspberry Pi, is well underway. It will allow you to quickly and easily program an ATmega328P and/or ATtiny85 directly from the Pi by attaching the board to the Pi’s 40-pin GPIO header.
I’m hoping to have the hardware design finished by the end of the week and will then start ordering blank boards and components from OSH Park and Farnell (suppliers TBC).
I’m also currently writing the user manual to make sure that the board is as easy to use as possible. Work on this may extend into next week.
Once I’ve made at least one prototype board and confirmed a high quality product, I will open orders to the public. The price and release date are TBC but will be announced soon, and I’m hoping to make shipping available globally. I’ll be posting more updates on this blog as development continues, and make sure to keep an eye on my Twitter for the latest news.