Spring is in full swing and we’re happy to have the latest edition of Elektor Magazine ready for you to enjoy, packed full of projects, interviews and news!

The highlight of our May edition is without doubt our Embedded Firmware Library Project, which will let you write applications for any board made by anyone. Ideal for beginners in (C) programming!

This month, we wrap up our popular Elektor Linux Board Extension Project, focusing on hardware and software interaction between buttons and displays on the board, all with a view to learning how to program a well thought out menu.

We’ve got our fingers back in the Raspberry Pi, with a follow up interview with hardware designer and Pi maker, Peter Lomas -  one year since Raspberry Pi first began to cool on our windowsills!

If that isn’t enough to entice you, here is the complete table of contents for the latest edition of Elektor Magazine:

• Elektor World

• Embedded Firmware Library

• 500 ppm LCR Meter (3)

• From BASIC to Python (1)

• Taming the Beast (4)

• Elektor Linux Board Extension (2)

• OTA-based Triangular Wave Generator

• BaroStick

• Program Like the Professionals

• Sorry about my English

• PCB production pitfalls

• Ceramic C’s off the mark

• Raspberry Pi: one year later, one million sold

• The Invisible User Interface

• Wandel & Goltermann NE-171 MultiVoltage Tube PSU (ca. 1963)

• Hexadoku


The May 2013 edition is on sale now in the Elektor web shop and in selected bookshops and kiosks (subject to transport delays).


Elektor GREEN and GOLD members can download their digital copy from the Elektor.Magazine website.