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  1. codecreeper


    When i grew up in my High school years i used buy those Tandy Electronic kits where can make things on a Board. You used be able buy the large ones where you could make 250 things in one kit. The kits used to have components like resistor, diodes, transistors and Leds. And a analogue meter and a Speaker. It was fun and this is how i got started in Electronics and then Computers. Now we have Arduino and the more i read about it the more fascinated i am becoming ,then Intel Edison gets launched. Now i am really interested but have no idea where to start. So should i buy the starters kit and work myself up slowly. The only problem i can see is programming as I have not learned to program anything except in basic. A few places are starting to popup and looking at the catalogues it seems like a whole new world where anything and everything can be built. Was thinking of buying a cheap laptop and hooking Arduino up too that.