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gdahilig

Member Since: December 21, 2011

Country: United States

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Programming Languages

Objective-C C++ C# Basic Pascal Fortran Cobol XCoCos

Expertise

Mac OSX/iOS Development Object-Oriented Development and Design

Interests

Gadgets of All Kinds Martial-Arts (Kali/Silate/JKD)

  • Updated link: http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=1229 Updated link with for the Arduino 1.0.: http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=1695

    Great info here. I’m new to Arduino and was starting to realize that each Arduino project will require an Arduino ($$$). It’s nice to know that once I’ve got my project going I can dump it (i.e. shoehorn) onto something a much cheaper chip. Thanks all.

  • Free Day! Awesome! I just got an Arduino for Xmas and am a total electronics Noob. Have been putting together my parts list ever since. The funny thing is I bought my daughter an Arduino starter kit for Xmas and my wife bought the same for me! She couldn’t help but noticed how much I wanted one too!

    Looking forward to Free Day, whether I score on a coupon code or not!

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