Mahesh @ electronut.in show us how to program these tiny microcontrollers (ATtiny10) with Atmel Studio 7 and make an RGB led to light.
I like Atmel tinyAVRs because they are tiny computers that I can (almost) wrap my head around. The Atmel ATtiny4/5/9/10 are the cheapest in the tinyAVR line, and they come in two packages – SOT23 pictured above, and an even more stupendously small 2mm x 2mm USON package. This article will talk about programming these little chips. Though they may be tiny, they are still quite capable, and the right choice for many projects.
Getting Started with Atmel ATtiny10 – [Link]