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Hi, my name is Helmut from Vienna/Austria. My son got me hooked on Arduino stuff!

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My youngest son had to do some hard- and firmware development last year, for a project at his technical college.
As a meanwhile retired veteran of this art, I helped him to find information about Arduino IDE and Arduino Mega.
In doing this, I first got hooked myself on all this Arduino stuff and second, I found dronebotworkshop.com - for my opinion, the most comprehensive reference on this topic!
Just now, I'm writing a specification for a fun project, including ESP32, I2S and WIFI, which I want to build and share on this forum. Details will come as soon I'm ready.
...and shure, I'll answer other topics questions if they attract my attention and I feel confident enough to be helpful.

Rule of Thumb in hardware/software engineering:
From the estimated time to complete a project you need:
5% for the engineering itself
95% securing everything against any strange idea users can have
and the remaining
150% for finding and fixing bugs that you thought never could happen


   
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Posted by: @hzulu

My youngest son had to do some hard- and firmware development last year, for a project at his technical college.
As a meanwhile retired veteran of this art, I helped him to find information about Arduino IDE and Arduino Mega.
In doing this, I first got hooked myself on all this Arduino stuff and second, I found dronebotworkshop.com - for my opinion, the most comprehensive reference on this topic!
Just now, I'm writing a specification for a fun project, including ESP32, I2S and WIFI, which I want to build and share on this forum. Details will come as soon I'm ready.
...and shure, I'll answer other topics questions if they attract my attention and I feel confident enough to be helpful.

@hzulu, Helmut...Welcome to the forum! As you have already alluded to, the dronebotworkshop is a great forum for anyone who is interested in electronics, hardware and software development. Bill is excellent in providing instructive and fun projects, as well as general knowledge in the art of electronics and micro-processors.

The group is highly diversified in both skill and experience.. from novice to experts..I'm sure you'll be able to contribute to the forum with your experience and knowledge base. Looking forward to seeing your future projects and any comments you wish to share.

kind regards,

LouisR

 

LouisR


   
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