Jayman

Member Since: March 6, 2015

Country: United States

  • I would recommend to build something that solves an everyday problem of yours. It's a technique that entrepreneurs use to create a product and learn if it has market viability, to solve the same problem that other people might have. Start off with a simple problem and solution and build an Arduino widget. Get more and more complex as you continue to solve problems of your everyday life and potentially expand to bigger issues outside of your world. Soon you will start googling, reading, asking, and researching things in the Arduino world and beyond as you build your solutions. You'll keep learning as you go and you won't even know it because you will be invested into a project that you actually care about.

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