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  • That's pretty much how pad-per-hole protoboards work. I don't think SparkFun sells wiring pencils (, but something like a Verowire pen works well for me for digital and low-current analog wiring. Discrete components are tack-soldered into the holes with a "solder tail", and I use the wiring pen to run a few turns around each desired pin/lead, then solder them down to make them permanent.

  • You don't need to remove the ZM33064 Brown-Out Detector for 3.3V operation, if it's easier, you can remove the 0-ohm SMD resistor connected to it. See the schematic. I'm using it with AVR Studio 4.x and a 10-pin cable to real STK500, though the STK500 USB dongle works too.

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