Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Another first experience post with Netduino and the .NET Micro Framework (Pete Brown)

Pete Brown wrote his about his first experiences with Netduino and the .NET Micro Framework:

I like gadgets. Some of the coolest gadgets are add-on boards like the Freescale board that works with the Win7 Sensor and Location API. Recently, Arduino and Netduino caught my eye. Arduino is an open source hardware platform / microcontroller with a long history. The specification for the board is completely open, allowing anyone to build one themselves, or purchase a pre-built one. Coding is typically done in C++. Tons of projects have been built on it over the years.

More about license, specs, what can you do with it on his blog post.

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