uLisp now supports the BBC Micro:bit Version 2


ARM Version 3.4 of uLisp adds support for the newly released BBC Micro:bit Version 2:

This is based on a Nordic Semiconductor nRF52833 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller, running at 64 MHz, and it provides 512 Kbytes of flash program memory, and 128 Kbytes of RAM.

This has the same compact form factor as the original Micro:bit, and is largely compatible with it, but it has a substantially larger amount of RAM making it ideal for running uLisp, and it will run all the applications including the ARM assembler.

For more information see BBC Micro:bit.

Buy it from Pimoroni in the UK: Micro:bit v2.