How would you compare the learning curve of TI's MCUs to Microchip's PICs given the current amount of online support and tutorials for each?Oh, they have the juice.
They are actually quite impressive.
They are losing money on this one, but they are trying to grab the hobbiest market.
Just the other parts on the board would cost around $4.30.
The development tools are REAL nice.
And easy to work with. Shallow learning curve.
The community is growing quickly, so you will have quite a few people learning at your level. It should be fun.
There will be many new experiments popping up daily for them.. The excitement surrounding it should keep you motivated too. (Not saying you have a problem with motivation )
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