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Beginners decision
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Beginners decision

by Rcayot on Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:05 am

Boy oh boy, am I frustrated! Okay, began with RPi-4 and began learning Python. Many very good tutorials out there. Lots of well organized tutorials, that are both Python centric, and Pi centric. So I decided that for some of my projects, it might be better to have a microcontroller board as an alternative or in addition to my Pi. I bought a Metro M4! One reason was the CircuitPython capability. Well, I am finding out that CP is not as well supported with documentation, or organized tutorials as I had hoped. My problem is just this: do I stick it out with CP, ot just go with the Arduino IDE? While I am a beginner, I am retired, science person, and want something challenging to keep me occupied n winter months. A well organized tutorial for CP would help a lot. While I have found several tutorials about CP features and libraries, they are not well organized, nor do they even necessarily link to each other. This is just some feedback I thought you guys and gals here aught to have.

Roger Ayotte

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