I'm starting to learn exactly what I wanted to learn. There are a lot of things out there to teach you microcomputers, and some of my friends said they want to learn raspberry pi, that's ok so do I but my first step will be with the arduino and I found a good hardware platform with the DrDuino product, and I am starting to look at how it all fits together and can be made to DO what I have seen others do in amateur radio, railroad modeling, and my other hobbies (yes I have too many). Thanks DrDuino for providing the good platform and starter training.
Shipping was quick. Parts were well packaged and all arrived in excellent condition. The board was easy to assemble with straight forward instructions.
Loving it so far but far too busy this summer so haven't finished the first of three kits yet. No problems so far and I have a few hints to make holding the small parts steady for soldering.
Bought the three pack. Not finished the first one yet but no problems so far. I have a few hints to pass on to builders on how to hold small parts in place while soldering them.
This is a great product. Due to other commitments I've been slower than expected assembling but started 2 days ago and am pretty much finished with my first one. Definitely worth the price of admission IMO and am anxious to get started experimenting.
Got three to have make easier to share/teach grandson. Still putting first one together but very impressed so far.
Very busy. Difficult to find time to solder and write sketches, etc.. Sliw going. But, it looks, will write again when experimenting...
This is a great addition to the Arduino workshop. The only issue I am having is with the communication processor used on the UNO . My MAC won't recognize it. I am working with Apple as they seem to have taking the su account from us and the sudo nvram boot args kext dev mode 1 won't execute. Ater 1/2 hour with them I am installing mojave on the system ( per their request) now and will look in to the issue some more. Obviously a MAC thing and not an issue with the kit. Just mentioning it for other MAC users.