Friday, May 29, 2015

Arduino Uno

This week my new electronics / microcomputer learning and design kit arrived.  Looking forward to learn about the system and build some interesting projects.

This is not my first experience with this type of equipment.  Several years ago I bought the MicroChip evaluation kit.  I found it difficult to learn.

Next was the Raspberry Pi.  The "Pi" is easy to work with because I know much of the Linux syntax.  But, needs too much auxiliary parts (monitor, keyboard, mouse) to be easily carried when using at the regular computer coffees.

In addition to the starter kit I bought from Adafruit, I also purchased more parts to enhance the system.

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