The RBBB from Modern Device Company is a wonderful little Arduino clone. If you have a Arduino project requiring a small footprint or an inexpensive dedicated board, this is a great solution.
I discovered the RBBB while looking for a cheaper alternative to the official Arduino board I used in developing my Northern Lights Indicator. On sale, buying 5 kits, these came out to about $9 each. That is a huge savings over the $35 Arduino Diecimila.
Step 1: The Kit
2 10k resistors (Brown, Black, Orange)
2 .1ufd ceramic capacitors
2 47 ufd electrolytic capacitors
1 voltage regulator
1 3mm LED
1 Atmega168 preprogrammed with bootloader
1 16 MHZ ceramic resonator
male header pins
6 right-angle male-header pins
1 momentary switch
1 28 pin IC socket
Step 3: First capacitors
Step 4: The LED
Step 5: The switch and power regulator
The switch is rectangular and will snap in place with little effort. If it doesn't seem to fit, turn it 90 degrees and try again.
The power regulator is mounted with its flat side towards the edge of the board. See later steps for other power options.
Step 6: The electrolytic capacitors
Step 7: The IC socket
One end of the socket has a notch. Notice the image of the socket on the board also has a notch. Match the orientation and solder into place.