Developing Tessel 2
Manufacturing Update We’re eagerly anticipating a shipment from our manufacturer of fifteen prototype boards, expected in the next two weeks. This marks the fourth revision of Tessel 2 and the expected final design before full manufacturing.
Developing for Tessel without Tessel The process for developing for Tessel 2 today is getting easier. Last week Jon McKay wrote a post on contributing to Tessel 2 without hardware. To make this process even easier, we are designing a command line tool to simply
Rust Support How will the familiar Tessel experience be used to program in Rust?
t2 init --lang rust <project_name>
Test Rig Eric Kolker spent time playing mechanical engineer this week. A blog post about Tessel’s entire testing process will come later, but here are some pretty renders of the publicly available test rig.
Tessel-powered cereal dispenser As part of Fullstack Academy’s Tessel hack day, student Carlos Mendoza created an automatic cereal dispenser (or kibble dispenser?) that dispenses food at the behest of a webapp.
Tessel Worldwide Matteo Collina held a Tessel Workshop as part of JSDay in Verona, Italy. Plenty of hardware, plenty of cool hacks! Tessel was also spotted around the US at Fullstack Bootcamp in NYC as part of a Tessel Hack Day, apresentation at OpenWest Conf in Utah by Kevin Sidwar, and at IoT World in San Francisco.
This Week in Tessel is sent out every Wednesday! In the next week we’ll have some exciting news for the Tessel project. Talk to you soon. — The Tessel Team