People write a lot about the Raspberry Pi single board computer (SBC) and the Arduino microcontrollers. I’m a BASIC Stamp and PICAXE man myself but thought it might be fun to expand a little bit after all that I’ve read. I experienced several difficult days going from programming a PICAXE to programming a Pi. After a lot of hair pulling and head banging, I’m quite happy with my progress. Now, I can’t wait to send a Pi into near space.
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