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1999\12\09@005522 by Mark Willis

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Subject: Help!
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 14:16:53 +0100
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Stuart Electronic Design are currently looking for a person or persons to
help out with some PIC programming.  The programs are relatively straight
forward and are using 12C, 16C & 17C series.

Details of the program can be issued for you to look at and we would invite
anyone interested to reply to Andy at the address below:-

We are members of PIC List ourselves  ID: AS-SED-Q58

The work is on a paid + royalty basis, if you have time to help us out then
please contact us urgently, there seems to be a shortage of programmers,
this is bad news for the industry!

I look forward to hearing from anyone out there who can help....

Best regards,

Andy Stuart.

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