Many Dev Boards… what to do?

First, an update about the annoyo, it worked perfectly and maximized irritation while making itself difficult to find. Anyways, I just received my BeagleBone and I promptly thought to myself, what am I going to do with this? Then I thought, hmmm, I have a bunch of other boards too.

These boards aren’t including the mps430 board, the pic boards, the mikroelectronika board or the Friendly ARM. Too many boards, not enough time. I’m sure I’ll use them for something I guess. Tomorrow begins the fun of interfacing the LS7166, it shouldn’t be too difficult.

4 thoughts on “Many Dev Boards… what to do?”

  1. Boy Steve, for someone who hates Arduino, you sure use a lot. 🙂

    I used to feel the same way. But I got so cheesed off with MCU basic which would never allow me to write decent programs, it was a relief to use a language that was at least fully developed.

    Best regards
    Shane,
    Fellow N’sider/ tinkerer / Edmontonian

  2. Lol, I have many of them, I’ve only used one of them, once. Typically I use PICs and program them in C but I’ve come to discover that Arduinos are very convenient devices too.

  3. BTW….like your site. Keep up the good work. Some real interesting stuff.
    The viscosity meter was very interesting, how you prototyped and developed it.

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