Simple, cheap PIC10FXXX development board with in circuit programming capability This is described on my website here: http://www.ianstedman.co.uk/Projects/PIC10FXXX_dev_board/pic10fxxx_dev_board.html
From the description
This design was targeted at the 6/8 pin PIC10F202/10F206 devices. Microchip provide a number 6 or 8 pin devices using the same footprint, which work with this board. To make it easier for development, the board uses the 8 pin DIP versions as it makes it easier to swap devices, something that is difficult with the SOT-23 variants. The design aims were as shown here:
Be capable of supporting the PIC10F202/PIC10F206 In circuit programmable using the PICKIT2/3 programmer. Be able to mechanically support the PIC10F202 ICD module. Provide 2-4 switched inputs. Provide LED outputs. Small PCB. Provide user access to GPIO pins and Powered from a +5V supply.
Compatible 8 pin PIC micro-controllers The author has not tested all these devices, they are listed here as they have a device pinout that matches the PCB
PIC10F200, PIC10F202, PIC10F204, PIC10F206, PIC10F320 and PIC10F322.
Board is easily fabricated by the hobbyist.
I used this board when developing the ATX power adaptor firmware, also on my github: https://github.com/istedman/ATX_adaptors