Today's Hardware Friday post is one that takes us a step back and focus on getting started. Every so often it's good to remember not everyone is as up to speed as we are (or where we think or wish we are... and to focus a little on getting started with Netduino, on building up our knowledge and component pile...
I’m a regular developer like you, foraying into the world of embedded programming. Here is how I got started with the Netduino and some solutions to the issues I’ve dealt with.
Where To Start?
First off, if you haven’t already, check out the Getting Started guide on the Netduino site. This a basic tutorial to get your Netduino blinking the onboard LED. After that you’re sort of left to your own devices (hahaha)… until now!
In order to understand what is happening with the parts you connect, you need to learn a little bit about electricity. ...
How do I learn?
I’m past the basics, now what?
Some last words of advice
If you've wanted to play with Netduino but didn't know where to start, this post might be a perfect place to begin your journey.
Here’s a few more links you might find interesting:
- A Gentle Introduction to Netduino
- Getting up to speed with accelerometers and Netduino
- Netduino – Open source hardware
- Some Netduino, some MIDI, a little breadboarding...
- Six Places Where I buy Netduino and other Electronics Bits
- New in the Maker Shed: Netduino, a .NET-powered open source electronics platform
- TWC9: Netduino, Twitter oAuth in Windows Phone, App skinning, and universal physics
- Netduino - .NET Micro Framework, open source, electronics platform, free (software), code walk though, cool…
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