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#1 Edward


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Posted 29 March 2012 - 08:40 PM

Yay! I got my copy of "Getting Started with Netduino" today. Pre-ordered on 3rd August 2011; delivered 29th March 2012. It's a great read. I know all of this stuff already; I made my purchase mainly to show support for the project and to see how it's being presented to new adopters. Having seen it, I'm sure they will be enthused. It's a well paced and structured tutorial. Good job Chris!

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 09:09 PM

Thank you for the feedback, Edwards. And for your enthusiasm about Netduino! Chris

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 11:59 PM

Hello Edward and Chris! I have the pdf version of the "Getting Started with Netduino" - that is how I recommend getting the book. I received an email alert from O'Reilly media today announcing the "Getting Started with Netduino" for $7.99. $4 less than I paid. A great deal. For all of you that read this post I encourage you to jump on this! It's well worth it for refresher/beginners (me!), etc. I think this publication is the fill-in for the "Getting Started with the Internet of Things" that references the Netduino Plus. As an experienced hardware guy I would love to see the Netduino expanded to use ALL of the available I/O be accessable within the .NetMicro scope. In fact, using a much biggr MCU for a Netduino would be really cool! More I/O pins available than the Arduino pinout. Kinna like the Arduino Mega. Or more. Any plans for that? Chris, I commend you on your book. It is a very informative publication. Written in the Maker style, yes, which is a bit "Radio Shack-ish" but it gets the info across which is the main thing. Kudos!! Get the book, readers!! Peace, Bill

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