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Re: DAY5: CORTEX-M0 in Commercial Components, Summer 2012
JoeFromOzarks   8/24/2012 1:16:47 PM
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DaveWR is correct, a weather station can be tough.  But starting with a temp sensor and getting it working, then add a little LCD display, then maybe a wind speed cone with a voltage divider or a series of reed switches, you know, all very basic.  Then start heading into the "wild world."  My point was, without a defined project - a goal - all you'll be doing is doodling on a piece of scratch paper without a destination.   Instead of a weather station, a add-on project to your favorite hobby.   Anything.  Something to follow from start to finish.   :)



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