WHY COULDN'T THEY CALL IT PROGRAMMABLE COMPUTER ON CHIP? THEN IT WOULD HAVE BEEN CALLED PCOC. THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN SO COOL!
Over the summer of 2015 and spring of 2016 I gained invaluable experience working with Cypress PSoC Development Kits. I mainly worked with the PSoC® 4200 Protoyping Kit (CY8CKIT-049-42xx) and the CY8CKIT-059 PSoC® 5LP Prototyping Kit With Onboard Programmer and Debugger. Over the summer I connected four of the PSoC 4's in series so that they could communicate with each other over UART (Universal Asynchronous Receive - Transmit). I still have to create a page for that continuing project. As for my experience with the PSoC 5's, I used them in my ALS HID project.
(more specific documentation will come later)