I picked up a few TinyFPGA boards to play with on Tindie, and was impressed at how easy it all worked. @Luke Valenty has done a great job of lowering the barrier to entry on this technology, and opening it up to a wider audience. I've had some fun with the A2 boards, and their MachXO2-1200 FPGAs. The only thing missing was a clean way to do ugly prototyping with them. Those that have seen #Ugly SMD Adapters know that I prefer to prototype over a ground plane, and through-hole headers make that difficult. So, I rolled up my sleeves and cranked out a very "tiny" board. It's still a work-in-progress, so check the logs for updates.
The first version is in GitHub for anyone interested, but be warned that it hasn't been tested yet. Once the PCBs arrive and I have a chance to test them, I'll remove this warning.