Nowadays, the creation of custom electronic devices of varying degrees of complexity is available for a wide audience. The applications vary from simple devices such as clocks and weather stations to automated homes and manufacturing control systems. In the last decade, the Arduino platform  has significantly simplified the development and, as a result, has lowered the entry barrier. However, this platform lacks some basic functions such as task management and state synchronization, hence, has opportunities for improvements. This work aims to offer a new platform and open the field of custom electronics for a broader audience.